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2019 Hyundai KONA Electric - interior Exterior and Drive

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All-New Kona Electric You drive it. You electrify it. With the launch of the All-New Kona Electric, Hyundai Motor is offering the first fully-electric subcompact SUV on the European market. The All-New Kona Electric is a car of no compromise, combining Hyundai’s progressive SUV style and a zero-emission electric powertrain. The new model in Hyundai’s eco line-up is available with two different powertrain versions, offering an outstanding range of up to 470 kilometres. The first fully-electric subcompact SUV features a unique exterior design with closed grille and a dedicated centre console in the interior for intuitive operation of the shift-by-wire module. The All-New Kona Electric carries the same expressive design and 'go-anywhere' attitude of the regular Kona. Thanks to its roominess, the All-New Kona Electric is a versatile car, making it suitable for everyday use. The new seven-inch supervision cluster provides relevant driving information, additionally the combiner head-up display projects it directly to the driver’s line of sight. The All-New Kona Electric offers a wide range of active Hyundai SmartSense safety features. With the All-New Kona Electric, Hyundai Motor is offering the first fully-electric subcompact SUV on the European market combining the two hottest automotive trends - eco-mobility and SUV style. Hyundai Motor is already leading in future mobility solutions. By launching our All-New Kona Electric, we are pushing our ambitious eco car strategy forward. It's a car of no compromise - combining an SUV body type with electric-mobility. It represents Hyundai's progressive character. With Hyundai Motor, the future is now! Established SUV brand with a progressive mind set The All-New Kona Electric is the latest addition to the successful family reinforcing the company’s leadership in the eco-car segment. It merges the strengths of SUV with the power of electric powertrains. Hyundai is the first automotive brand in Europe to make a fully-electric subcompact SUV available to everyone. By already offering the broadest range of powertrains, Hyundai is at the forefront of eco-mobility. The company marketed the first mass-produced fuel-cell vehicle, the ix35 Fuel Cell, and recently introduced its successor, the All-New NEXO. Additionally, the IONIQ is the first car available with three different electric powertrains in one body type. Winning several prestigious accolades from media and industry organisations, the IONIQ is one of the most awarded eco-cars in Europe. The success story of Hyundai’s SUV range began 17 years ago with the launch of the Santa Fe. Since 2001 Hyundai has sold more than 1.5 million units of Santa Fe, Grand Santa Fe, Tucson and All-New Kona in Europe. They all carry the dynamic, progressive style of Hyundai and make it an established brand in this still-growing segment. A car of no compromise The All-New Kona Electric enables customers to combine the two fastest growing automotive trends – electrification and SUV style. It carries the same expressive design and 'go-anywhere' attitude of the regular Kona. The fully-electric version reflects the individual lifestyle of modern customers who, benefit from great fun-to-drive and the low environmental impact of a fully-electric car. The completely new platform of the Kona enables a space-saving integration of the battery packs without compromising the roominess. The power of All-New Kona Electric: You define it. The All-New Kona Electric features two different powertrain versions, offering customers one of the most powerful electric motors. The long-range battery version provides driving range of up to 470 kilometres*, delivering a maximum output of 204 PS (150 kW). With a battery capacity of 39,2 kWh, the basic version drives up to 300km* on a single charge with the motor delivering 135PS (99 kW). With 395 Nm of immediate torque and an acceleration of 7.6 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, the All-New Kona Electric provides a real fun-to-drive experience. Progressive design The All-New Kona Electric adopts the expressive-looking and powerful front from the regular Kona. The key design differentiator is the closed grille which gives a clean and stylish appearance, while also enhancing aerodynamics. Another characteristic element of the front design is the Composite Light enhancing the visual impact, with the LED Daytime Running Lights positioned on top of the LED headlights. The Kona Electric’s two-tone roof and the choice of seven distinctive exterior colours underline the personal style of its driver. "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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Text Comments (45)
Brian Kirby (15 days ago)
Kia E-Niro same EV PLATFORM with more interior room and a Huge Style upgrade
Ai Chan Bot (2 months ago)
やったー!٩( ᐛ )
andrew christie (4 months ago)
Definitely want one.
B I J O Y C H U T I A (4 months ago)
I love huyundai kona great car
Mano Cavalcanti (4 months ago)
Quero saber se vai vir para o Brasil estes tipos de carros, pq aqui e um País totalmente atrasado🤦 Adeus Mecânicos Safados vão ter que fazer curso de carros elétricos kkkkkkkkkk Kkkkkkkkkk
George Mavrides (5 months ago)
If the 65kWh version is priced around 40k euros, it will be very very popular in Europe (costing anywhere between 20-30% less than the Tesla 3).
Reddylion (5 months ago)
India is waiting..
kostas aspetakis (7 months ago)
PRICE??
Alim A (7 months ago)
Когда будут реализации в рф,и какая будет стоимость
Craig Brown (7 months ago)
This is the one I've been waiting on. Long range and fast CCS. Doesn't hurt that it's a looker too <3
kikibortok (8 months ago)
AWD?
kikibortok (7 months ago)
Dave Sandelands thanks
Dave Sandelands (7 months ago)
no, Front wheel drive only
Tom Waznis (8 months ago)
Spent a bundle on the intro being in Kona, Hw. too. Good German accent on the guy too.
Georges Braissant (8 months ago)
À acheter
nik maier (8 months ago)
The Design should be better
Дима Поляков (9 months ago)
Price???
John M (9 months ago)
What worries me they can't fulfil the delivery orders for the Ioniq, you have to wait 6-8 months.I wonder how you would have to wait for the Kona.
Stilactic Music (6 months ago)
John M it is coming in october
Gérard Lefrançois (9 months ago)
I want one now, thank yhou.
Alun Hoskins (9 months ago)
Car looks interesting. Not sure about this presentation though. Gives a very 'cheap' feel to things which is a pity ad Hyundai have turned into a quality product these days. (Why get her to use that 'forced' voice? 😂 Like a kids Sci Fi show 🖖
phillip elliott (9 months ago)
why are so many ads with cars left hand drive it anoys me like hell
Robert Lane (9 months ago)
Awkward and dorky ad, maybe the vehicle is much better than this presentation???
UTubeGlennAR (9 months ago)
:) The Kona just may be my first EV.......... :)
Sahil Sahota (9 months ago)
Thanx for reply martin
مسعي المسعي (9 months ago)
Future for electrical cars
Ju Moom (5 months ago)
no~ you can buy ~ now
Sahil Sahota (9 months ago)
How much?
Sahil Sahota (9 months ago)
Thats great ..thanks...Martin
Martin (9 months ago)
Sahil Sahota 25k before money off. Great considering it has more torque than a 97’ Porsche 911. And the extra range model can do just under 300 miles.
cornelus cedric (9 months ago)
Far from Tesla.
Robert Blackford (7 months ago)
Far less expensive than the Tesla SUV.
N. Grósz (9 months ago)
cornelus cedric cheaper and not bad car
Sudip Bhowmick (9 months ago)
Nice car
Yatim (9 months ago)
Tesla will dead
N C (7 months ago)
Who could think that to "Fail under the weigh (of its debt)" means the same thing as being "Too big to fail"? So thx for proving my point. And saying "leveraged debt" is redundant since all debt leverages the underlining assets. Or didnt they teach that at Utube U? Just to play "Devils Advocate" one could have said with all of the subsided Tesla has received it has to be "Too big to fail"or not???
Robert Blackford (7 months ago)
If Tesla fails it will fail under the weight of its massively leveraged debt.
N C (7 months ago)
So how does P/E ratio relate too big to fail? I guess I should have obtained my finance/econ degree at utube clown college like the rest of genius did? Enjoy..
Robert Blackford (7 months ago)
Too big to fail? Have you seen their P/E ratio?
N C (8 months ago)
"Too big to fail." lol
Bauka Sehun (9 months ago)
👍👍👍😨😨
Mo Car Aceh (9 months ago)
I Love Hyundai 😊

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