Published on September 18th, 2021 | by Amirul Mukminin0
Hyundai Casper Interior Revealed Ahead Of Launch
The Casper has a pretty impressive level of equipment
The Hyundai Casper is an adorable-looking mini crossover that most of us will never get to see in person, as it will only be offered in South Korea and most probably, India. It’s a pity because it appears to have a very practical and versatile interior space despite its miniature size – something that young car buyers can appreciate.
Following its reveal earlier this month, Hyundai has now released more photos of the Casper, including images of its interior, to show us what we’re missing. The cabin may not look like much but you do get more equipment as you move up the range, which comprises three variants – Smart, Modern and Inspiration.
This includes an 8-inch free-standing display with navigation, smartphone integration as well as Hyundai CarPay, the automaker’s in-car payment system that allows the drivers to make payments without getting off the car. There’s also a 4.2-inch digital instrument, which is equipped as standard on all variants, automatic climate control with air filter and remote start, to name a few.
What’s even more impressive is that the Casper comes standard with seven airbags and a range of advanced driver assistance systems which includes Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Departure Prevention Assist, Lane Keeping Assist , High Beam Assist, Driver Attention Warning and Leading Vehicle Departure Alert. The range-topping Inspiration variant adds even more features such as Collision-Avoidance Assist, Safe Exit Warning and navigation-based Smart Cruise Control.
On the subject of practicality, both the front seats fold forward completely flat to double as a table, while the rear seats can be reclined up to 39 degrees. On top of that, the bench also can slide fore and aft by 160 mm, creating a maximum cargo space of 301 litres. Fold all the seats and you’ll be able to stuff objects measuring up to 2,059 mm in length.
As previously reported, the Casper will be offered with two engine options, both paired to a four-speed automatic transmission. A naturally aspirated 1.0-litre three-cylinder MPI engine churns out a decent output of 75 hp and 95 Nm, while a 1.0-litre turbocharged unit reportedly makes 99 hp.
Pricing starts from 13,850,000 won (RM48,878) for the Smart variant, 15,900,000 won for the mid-spec Modern (RM56,113) and 18,700,000 won (RM65,994) for the Inspiration. The crossover is expected to launch on 29 September.