Hyundai has updated its sub-compact, all-electric SUV with new tweaks and changes to the design and overall features. First off, the revised Kona gets updated styling, starting with sleeker headlights and DRLs. The lower air intake design is now horizontal and thus provides a rather uncluttered look, as compared to before. Oh, and by the way, the internal combustion variants of Kona were updated just last month. In fact, Hyundai decided to spice things up a little with an N-Line Kona.
The Kona is now 25mm longer which should help in overall stability and provide more space on the inside. Hyundai has also added a sizable number of colours to the Kona’s repertoire. Although, don’t count on most of these making it to India, since out of the 16 colours (8 new, 7 old) only 4 made it to our market.
On the inside, Hyundai has added a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster which spruces up the dashboard. Also, the AC vents are now the funkier ones from the current generation of Hyundai cars on sale. Other than that, the infotainment system unit has been upgraded and there’s also Bluelink technology at hand in the new Kona.
Hyundai’s all-electric SUV comes with two powertrains – a long ranger 64 kWh battery and the standard 39.2 kWh battery. The new Kona also comes with updated safety equipment and a few other changes, specific to the international market. We’re hoping to see this one as soon as possible on our shores.