The new Hyundai Kona is available with two drive variants: internal combustion engine (ICE) and hybrid (HEV). For each of them there is also a sports version of the N Line.
Drives and versions available
There is a petrol variant with a 120 HP 1.0 T-GDi engine with manual or automatic transmission and front-wheel drive (2WD) and the 198 HP 1.6 T-GDi with manual or automatic transmission and front-wheel drive (2WD) or all-wheel drive (2WD). 4WD). The HEV variant is available with the 1.6 GDI direct injection petrol engine mated to an electric motor. It provides impressive acceleration and high efficiency with a total power of 141 hp. Both variants are available in four trim levels: Smart, Executive, Platinum and N Line.
Prices for the new KONA fuel version start at $26851, and the hybrid version from $32541.
The new Hyundai Kona is available in 11 colors in the combustion version. New paint finishes available – Serenity White, custom Meta Blue, Denim Blue, Mirage Green, Amazon Grey. For the hybrid version, 8 colors are provided, including the new Soultronic Orange, Meta Blue, Denim Blue, Mirage Green. The Mirage Green Special paint is offered at no additional cost, while the other metallic and pearl paints are priced at $605. The optional Phantom Black roof costs $629.
A design that adds a sporty impression and improves performance
From the shark nose to the tailgate, the Seamless Horizon’s front and rear lights give the new model an unmistakably harmonious look, regardless of powertrain. This is the first Hyundai model to display this style. The sporty character of the SUV is reflected in the sturdy wheel arches with integrated front and rear lights, dynamic wedge-shaped side panels and a distinctive chrome strip from the window trim to the rear spoiler.
The HEV variant is equipped with upper and lower active air intakes (AAF). The ICE variant uses an upper active air intake to increase the drag coefficient. The external active air intake gives the ICE and HEV an EV-like appearance, while improving the aerodynamics of both variants.
The motorsports-inspired N Line variant features more aggressive front and rear trim with bumpers to accentuate its sporty character. This car is equipped with dual exhaust tips and silver side skirts. Additional options include a black roof, wing spoiler and special 18-inch N Line alloy wheels. Inside, the N Line variant features metal pedals and gearshift lever with the N sub-brand logo.
Bigger and smarter interior space
The new Hyundai KONA offers a more spacious and versatile interior that enhances passenger comfort and facilitates cargo transportation. The all-new KONA also offers the best space in its class with a 60 mm longer wheelbase, 77 mm longer legroom, and 11 mm wider second-row headroom compared to the previous generation. Shoulder room in the second row is 1,402 mm, also the best in its class, providing the occupants with the best “living space”. KONA’s slim and stiff seats, which are only 85 mm thick, also offer more space for second-row passengers.
In addition, the shift selector located on the steering wheel makes room for the open and clear design of the center console, which provides more space for belongings and a refined look to the interior. Fully collapsible seats in the second row and a larger trunk will meet the highest demands of customers and increase loading convenience.
Two integrated 12.3-inch displays ensure ergonomic and comfortable operation. Optional comfort seats in the first row have been optimized for distribution of body pressure. They provide an almost “weightlessness” state to relieve fatigue after a long journey.
The best technology in its class for greater comfort
Updating the next generation of KONA systems is easier than ever with electronic control technology via Over-the-Air (OTA) software updates. This allows car owners to save costs and keep their cars up to date with updates all the time. Ambient lighting is also supported by OTA updates to improve performance and introduce new features.
An intelligent tailgate with adjustable opening is an added convenience for customers. The driver can select the height and speed of opening the tailgate on the multimedia and navigation screens. They can also individually set the desired opening height by pressing the close button for three seconds.
In addition, the New Hyundai KONA has a memory system for adjusting seat positions and multiple charging ports, including a wireless charging system. As part of Digital Key 2.0 technology, the new KONA can be locked, unlocked and initiated with a digital key. This works thanks to Near Field Communication (NFC), available on smartphones or smartwatches. This ensures a high level of security.
The new KONA gives you more confidence to ride safely
The all-new KONA is equipped with a variety of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). These are systems such as Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA), Lane Keeping Assist (LKA), Blind Spot Assist (BCA), Intelligent Speed Limit Warning Assist (ISLA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW) and Blind Spot Assist. (BVM). The equipment also includes various features that make driving easier. These are systems like Intelligent Cruise Control with Stop&Go, Lane Keeping Assist (LFA) and Highway Driving Assist (HDA).
To ensure safe parking, the new KONA offers a variety of state-of-the-art technologies. These are systems such as the 360-degree camera system, Crossing Traffic Alert with Collision Avoidance (RCCA), front and rear parking sensors, and Reversing Collision Avoidance Assist (PCA).
The new Hyundai Kona, like all models of the brand, is also covered by excellent warranty conditions. The term of warranty coverage and free assistance services is 5 years with no mileage limit.