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Hyundai Motor UK announces all-new KONA Electric range pricing and specification

posted on 05/07/2023
Hyundai Motor UK announces all-new KONA Electric range pricing and specification

With Hybrid and ICE variants already announced, the second-generation KONA Electric completes one of the most comprehensive product line ups in the B-SUV segment, including the widest range of powertrains. Customers can choose from EV (standard or long range), hybrid electric (HEV) and internal combustion engine (ICE) variants as well as sporty N Line versions of each.

All-new KONA offers more generous dimensions compared to the previous generation, with KONA Electric’s exterior proportions increasing all round with a length of 4,350mm (+145mm), a wheelbase of 2,660mm (+60 mm), a width of 1,825mm (+25 mm), and a height of 1,575mm (+20mm). Interior dimensions increase with a higher headroom of 1,015 mm (+10mm) in the front and 972mm rear (+15mm), longer legroom of 1,059mm (+5mm) in the front and 925mm (+77mm) in the rear and an increased shoulder width of 1,435mm (+25mm) in the front and 1,402mm (+17mm) in the rear. Luggage capacity is also considerably increased, with all-new KONA Electric’s luggage area now offering 466 litres of space with the seats up and 1,300 litres with the seats down, compared to the previous generation model’s 332/1,114 litres.

The all-new KONA Electric’s Advance trim level is priced from £34,995 for the Advance 48kWh. The Advance shares a similar specification to the ICE and HEV Advance models, with key specification including 17” alloy wheels, body coloured door mirrors and door handles, rear spoiler, roof rails and front and rear skid plates. Interior features include twin 12.3” screens for the drivers supervision instrument cluster and ccNC infotainment functions, height adjustment for both front seats, dual zone climate control, automatic rear-view dimming mirror, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, smart cruise control with stop and go function, electric parking brake, front and rear parking sensors with rear camera and guidance system and keyless entry with start/stop button. The Advance trim includes a high level of technology, with a standard navigation and infotainment system comprising of a 12.3” screen, Bluetooth, DAB radio, LIVE services, MapCare, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, steering wheel controls and front and rear USB C charging points.

Ultimate trims start from £43,095 for the Ultimate 65kWh. The Ultimate combines the dynamic design of KONA Advance and adds further technical and luxurious features such 19” alloy wheels, the full width Horizon Centre daytime running light with full projection LED headlamps, Fossil Gray ECO suede & Eco Pure Leather Upholstery, opening sunroof and BOSE premium sound system with 7 speakers and subwoofer and power opening tailgate. The Ultimate trim offers the full suite of safety systems as found in the Advance and in addition adds Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist, Parking Distance Warning (side function), Parking Collision Avoidance Assist (reverse function), Safe Exit Warning and Surround View Monitor. Equipment options for the Ultimate include the Lux Pack with Digital Key (compatible device required), Memory Driver's Seat, Premium Relaxation Front Seats, Remote Smart Park Assist and heated charging Door. Ultimate customer can also choose the full leather upholstery (seat facings only) in black or grey two tone. For customers seeking to balance the high equipment levels of Ultimate whilst still optimising efficiency and range, an eco-option of 17” wheels is available at no extra cost.

*Article Source http://www.hyundaipressoffice.co.uk

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