Compared to the current version that saw the light of day in 2017, the new Hyundai Kona gains no less than 15 cm in length and 2.5 cm in width. A growth that benefits the wheelbase (+ 6 cm) for more space in the cabin. The dashboard incorporates a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, and the gear lever has migrated to the steering column to free up space.

Two autonomies to choose from

Originally developed as an electric car, this new Hyundai will also be available in gasoline and hybrid (non-plug-in) versions. The 100% electric Kona will be offered in Standard Range (156 hp and 48.4 kWh battery) and Long Range (218 hp and 65.4 kWh battery) versions. The autonomy of the first reaches 324 km, against 490 km for the second. Thanks to the 400V architecture, charging from 10 to 80% on a fast charging station would only take 41 minutes.

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