Hyundai Kona EV Gets Charged Up With New Design

Hyundai Motor has finally added plenty of handy upgradation to the all-electric Kona sub-compact SUV and this comes with fresh design, technology additions as well as safety enhancements.

After the update, the new Kona Electric will have a clean and sleek front appearance that is enhanced by its new-look closed grille. The new LED Daytime Running Lights put a lot of emphasis on the car's wide stance. Also, there is an asymmetric charging port at the front that underscores Kona's strong statement about electric mobility. Additionally, there are newer, sharper headlamps that stretch around the sides of the car.

As far as the inner bezels of the new headlamps are concerned, incorporated are the multifaceted reflector (MFR) technology. There are also vertical air inlets which are placed in front of the wheel arch claddings and this enhance the car's aerodynamics. 

Towards the rear of the car, there accent bars are retained while there are the new horizontally-stretched rear lamps that complete the clean look and feel. Also, this new Kona Electric is 40 millimetres longer than models which preceded it. 

If we take a look on the inside, this sub-compact electric SUV comes with a 10.25-inch digital cluster for the very first time. There is also an optional 10.25-inch AVN screen that incorporates Bluelink Technology, Hyundai LIVE Services and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

This bluelink technology is one great way to allow customers to control their car with their smartphone or voice. Not only this, the app also displays the vehicle's range, battery state as well as the charging time when you plug it in into the different public or private charging points. 

This new Kona Electric will be made available in around 16 exterior colour options, and this includes two-tone roof options.