Under the hood, the Hyundai Electric facelift remains the same and power comes from the same battery options. The base trims get the 39.2 kWh battery pack with a 134 bhp electric motor, while the larger 64 kWh battery pack gets a 201 bhp electric motor. Both versions have a peak torque output of 395 Nm.

There’s no change in the vehicle range either with the smaller battery providing a range of 304 km on a single charge, while the larger battery offers a range of 483 km on a single charge. The Hyundai Electric facelift will roll out in its home market South Korea and other developed markets first in the following weeks. The India launch can be expected sometime next year. It is likely that Hyundai Motor India will continue to bring the 39.2 kWh battery version to us. With the model arriving in India as a Completely Knocked Down (CKD) kit, expect the offering to see a marginal hike in pricing.