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PostHeaderIcon Best SUVs Under $20,000

One of the most difficult questions to answer in the auto industry these days doesn’t involve supercars, luxury cars, or even premium cars. It involves crossovers and SUVs, specifically the question of which is the best of its kind among those priced at a certain cost point. In this case, our cost point is $20,000, which means that a lot of today’s compact crossovers are involved in this difficult, if not impossible, discussion. And like every question posed in this business, answers vary depending on who you ask. In our case, ask us which are the best SUVs under $20,000, and these are our answers.

PostHeaderIcon Best SUVs Under $20,000

One of the most difficult questions to answer in the auto industry these days doesn’t involve supercars, luxury cars, or even premium cars. It involves crossovers and SUVs, specifically the question of which is the best of its kind among those priced at a certain cost point. In this case, our cost point is $20,000, which means that a lot of today’s compact crossovers are involved in this difficult, if not impossible, discussion. And like every question posed in this business, answers vary depending on who you ask. In our case, ask us which are the best SUVs under $20,000, and these are our answers.

PostHeaderIcon Check Out This Iron Man Edition of the Hyundai Kona

Marvel and Hyundai are currently rolling out a series of product mashups, and the latest is this special edition Kona rocking a slew of Iron Man-inspired upgrades. Recently unveiled in San Diego at the 2018 ComicCon event, the Kona Iron Man Edition is designed to look a bit like the high-tech armored suit Tony Stark flies around in, giving those of us who aren’t genius billionaire playboy philanthropists a chance to make believe.

Continue reading to learn more about the Hyundai Kona Iron Man Edition.

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Engineers Are Working Hard to Get a Green Light for the Kona N

The idea of a Kona N has been bouncing around, well, pretty much since the N sub-brand was announced. The shot callers over at Hyundai have yet to give the official green light, but Albert Biermann – the head of the N sub-brand – has given his people the okay to start working on a test mule. He hopes that a well-built test mule will give the head honchos something to believe in and ultimately get their okay to proceed with a real build.

“I’ve told them [the engineers] to build the car, and we’ll see what happens with getting it approved,” said Biermann. “It has to be the i30 N powertrain, really. Of course, we can give Kona different specifications on suspension and steering, although there are some common components we can use in that area as well, because it’ll be front-wheel drive, like the i30 N. But we already know that it has to be that car’s engine and gearbox for the Kona N, yes.”

With that in mind, The Kona N will probably be powered by the 247-horsepower version of the 2.0-liter from the i30 N. Sure, Hyundai could go with the 2.0-liter that’s tuned to 271 horsepower for the i30 N Performance Pack, but it isn’t likely – at least not at first. There’s no ruling out a hotter Performance Pack for the Kona N as well which would unlock that extra horsepower. There’s no word as to whether or not it’ll get that electric front differential from the i30N, but it’s not exactly out of the question either.

For now, we’ll just have to wait and see what happens, but you can probably expect the Kona N to show up before the Veloster N or the i30 N Fastback. For what it’s worth, the i30N should have a refined suspension, refined steering, and transmission, so that’s what you should expect from the Kona N as well.

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Is Going All-In On Crossovers at The New York Auto Show

If you find yourselves in the Big Apple next week for the New York Auto Show, you’ll notice that Hyundai’s booth at the show will have a decidedly crossover and SUV feel to it. That’s the because the Korean automaker is preparing to showcase a number of crossovers and SUVs at the show. Among the models that have been confirmed include the new Santa Fe, a refreshed Tucson, and most importantly an electric version of the Kona crossover.


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“While it’s true that some of these models already made their world debuts at the Geneva Motor Show, neither of them have been checked out by customers here in the U.S.”

While it’s true that some of these models already made their world debuts at the Geneva Motor Show — the Santa Fe and the electric Kona, in particular — neither of them have been checked out by customers here in the U.S. They’ll get their chance to do that at the New York Auto Show in a week’s time.

Both the Santa Fe and the Kona have something different to offer, too. The five-passenger SUV takes the reigns from its predecessor, the Santa Fe Sport, and slots just below the Santa Fe XL. As it was shown in Geneva, the new model will be offered with a few engine options, including a 2.4-liter four-cylinder unit that has 185 horsepower on tap and a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that can produce 232 horsepower. Hyundai is also offering a 2.2-liter turbodiesel unit that will be available exclusively on the XL version.


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The Kona EV, on the other hand, will get all of its power from an electric motor that produces 132 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque with a 39.2-kWh-battery that comes with an impressive range of 186 miles. If that doesn’t suit your fancy, the Korean automaker is also offering a higher-spec version of the Kona with an electric motor that produces 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque with a 64 kWh battery that can run on a single charge for a distance of 292 miles.

You might think that the Santa Fe and Kona are headed to New York as rehashed debutantes. That’s fair, considering where they were earlier this month. But, Hyundai is also throwing in a treat in the form a refreshed Tucson that will make its official debut in New York. Not much is known about this model, but previous spy shots have hinted at a major design change compared to its predecessor.


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“Hyundai is also throwing in a treat in the form a refreshed Tucson that will make its official debut in New York”

So as we count down to the days that lead up to the New York Auto Show, keep a keen eye on for Hyundai and all the crossovers and SUVs it’s bringing to the dance.

References


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Read our full review on the 2019 Hyundai Tucson.


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Read our full review on the 2019 Hyundai Kona EV.


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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Kona Electric

Although Hyundai didn’t offer an SUV until the Terracan was introduced in 2001 (the 1991 Galloper doesn’t really count since it was a rebadged Mitsubishi), the Korean firm now has four different crossovers on offer. The latest to join the family is the Kona, and it’s the company’s first subcompact offering. But more importantly, it’s the first subcompact SUV to get an all-electric version. Unveiled in February 2018, the Kona Electric will be first of its kind on the European market later in 2018, and it should come to the U.S. as well.

Much like any other EV or hybrid based on a conventional vehicle, the Kona Electric is very similar to the gasoline-powered Kona. The styling carries over with a few changes inside and out, while the equipment lines remain pretty much the same. It’s the drivetrain that makes a big difference, as the Kona Electric doesn’t use dinosaur juice. What’s more, the Kona Electric comes with impressive performance and range of a crossover that will cost significantly less than the expensive Tesla Model X. Let’s find out more about that in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Hyundai Kona Electric.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Exterior

  • Almost identical to regular model
  • Closed grille
  • Revised grille shape
  • New bumper
  • Cleaner look
  • New diffuser-like element
  • Two-tone paint
  • 21 possible paint combinations

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“The most notable change is visible up front, where the crossover sports a closed grille”

As you might have already guessed, the all-electric version of the Kona is almost identical to the gasoline variant on the outside. The most notable change is visible up front, where the crossover sports a closed grille. This is a typical feature of EVs, which don’t need an actual grille for cooling. However, the panel that hides the charging socket prompted a few more changes to the front fascia.

For starters, Hyundai reconfigured the upper section. While the regular Kona has a thin gap just above the grille, the EV gained a silver trim that runs below the headlamps too. Second, the grille isn’t as tall as the standard model’s. While it normally includes the license plate, on the EV the grille was narrowed. What’s more, the apron is different too, now sporing a larger grille with a trapezoidal shape. Finally, the LED light mounted on each side of the grille are no longer surrounded by black cladding. All these changes give the Kona EV’s front end a more stylish look in my opinion. It also looks cleaner, and according to Hyundai, it’s a bit more aerodynamic too.


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“Just like the standard Kona, the Electric can be specified with a two-tone roof”

The profile and the rear of the Kona EV appears to be unchanged compared to the gasoline model, save for the diffuser-like element around back. On this version, the grey painted lower element was replaced by horizontal strips. Of course, there’s also an “electric” badge on the tailgate.

Just like the standard Kona, the Electric can be specified with a two-tone roof. Options include Phantom Black, Dark Knight, and Chalk White, and the package also includes mirror caps in the same colors. Combined with the seven available exterior colors, customers have access to 21 possible combinations. The exterior color palette includes Chalk White, Dark Knight, Tangerine Comet, Ceramic Blue, Pulse Red, Acid Yellow, and Galactic Grey. The latter is brand new.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric – Exterior Dimensions

Overall length 4,180 MM (164.56 Inches)
Overall width 1,800 MM (70.86 Inches)
Overall height 1,570 MM (61.81 Inches)
Wheelbase 2,600 MM (102.36 Inches)
Front overhang 855 MM (33.66 Inches)
Rear overhang 720 MM (28.34 Inches)

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Interior

  • Based on regular Kona
  • New center console
  • New center stack
  • Paddle shifts for regenerative braking
  • Cloth and leather upholstery
  • The latest features and apps
  • Up 332 liters of trunk space

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“The revised center console sits higher and features a new button and knob layout”

Step inside the Kona Electric and you’ll find the same interior layout from the regular model. Except for the center console, which sits higher and features a new button and knob layout. The traditional shifter is also gone, making room for the four buttons of the bespoke automatic transmission. The cupholder arrangement has also been revised, together with the small console for the HVAC system. The steering wheel also features paddle shifts that allow the driver to adjust the intensity of the regenerative braking system.

Other than that, the Electric model is pretty much the same and includes Hyundai’s new high-resolution, seven-inch supervision cluster display, which now shows additional info such as battery charge level and energy flow.


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“The standard upholstery is black and combines cloth and leather, but you can opt for an all-leather layout”

The standard upholstery is black and combines cloth and leather, but you can opt for an all-leather layout. The optional three-tone blue and grey interior can be had in both variants. Just like the regular Kona, the electric offers a wide range of connectivity features, including an infotainment system which integrates navigation, media and connectivity features. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and wireless charging are also included.

Convenience features are also similar. The package includes power front seats with eight-way electric adjustment, a two-way electric lumbar support system for the driver, and a three-step ventilation system and three-step heating system for the front seats. The heated steering wheel is optional.

Naturally, passenger and luggage space remains unchanged. The legroom in the first row is 1,054 mm, while passengers in the back seat benefit from 850 mm of legroom. Headroom is rated at 1,006 mm in the front and 948 mm in the rear. Luggage space is up to 332 liters, including storage of the charging cable (373 liters without), which makes the Kona Electric more than it suitable for everyday needs.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric – Interior Dimensions

1st Row 2nd Row
Head room 1,006 MM (39.50 Inches) 948 MM (37.32 Inches)
Leg room 1,054 MM (41.49 Inches) 850 MM (33.46 Inches)
Shoulder room 1,410 MM (55.51 Inches) 1,380 MM (54.33 Inches)

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Drivetrain

  • New lithium-ion battery
  • 39.2 or 64 kWh options
  • Up to 201 horsepower
  • Up to 470 km of range
  • 395 Nm of torque
  • 0 to 62 in 7.6 seconds
  • Top speed at 167 kph
  • Single-speed transmission

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“The base model uses a 39.2 kWh battery that provides 99 kW (132 horsepower) and a maximum range of 300 km (186 miles)”

The drivetrain is what makes the Kona Electric stand out even more in the lineup. While the regular model is available with four-cylinder gasoline engines, the Kona Electric gets an electric drivetrain. The combo brings together a lithium-ion polymer battery pack and an electric motor. Two versions are offered. The base model uses a 39.2 kWh battery that provides 99 kW (132 horsepower) and a maximum range of 300 km (186 miles).

A more powerful version with a 64 kWh battery generates a more impressive 150 kW, which converts to 201 horsepower. But it’s the range that’s more impressive here, with Hyundai claiming that this model returns 470 km (292 miles) on a single charge. Both drivetrain versions deliver 395 Nm (291 pound-feet) of immediate torque, while top speed is rated at 167 kph (104 mph). The more powerful variant needs only 7.6 seconds to hit 62 mph. Both drivetrains mate to an automatic single-speed reduction gear transmission.


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“The 64 kWh battery generates 201 horsepower and returns 470 km (292 miles) on a single charge”

Getting back to that 470-km range, it places the Kona Electric atop the Euro-spec Opel Ampera-e by a full 90 km (60 mph). The Korean crossover will also deliver more miles than the base Tesla Model 3. Actual figures for the European market aren’t yet available, but the sedan is expected to return 220 miles (354 km) per charge in the U.S. An EPA range is difficult to estimate at this point, but it should be rated at more than 240 miles. This means that Hyundai’s EV will return a tad more miles than the U.S.-spec Chevrolet Bolt, which is rated by the EPA at 238 miles.

Charging the lithium-ion polymer battery up to 80% only takes about 54 minutes using a 100 kW direct current (DC) fast charger according to Hyundai. With the 7,2 kW on-board-charger, charging with alternating current (AC) takes nine hours 40 minutes for the long-range battery pack and six hours 10 minutes for the shorter-range battery pack. The Kona Electric can also be charged at a compatible regular household power socket using the ICCB-cable (in-cable control box).

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Safety


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The Kona Electric is as modern as they get when it comes to safety features. The crossover benefits from the superior rigidity that comes from use of high strength steel in its construction. The new materials also provide high impact energy absorption and minimized distortion, which increases passenger protection in the event of a collision. An enlarged area for the appliance of hot stamping and a ring-shaped cabin shell structure with ultra-high-strength steel, the safety zone for passengers has been enlarged, while the multiload-pass structure of the cabin disperses energy in various directions to reduce the strength of impact during a crash.

Around the interior, a total of six airbags are installed. There are two front airbags, two side airbags, and two curtain airbags. The latter cover both the first and second row, protecting the rear passengers as well. Moving over to active safety and driving assistance technologies, the Koa Electric is equipped with Hyundai’s latest system called SmartSense. It includes Forward Collision Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Collision Warning including Rear Cross Traffic Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Intelligent Speed Limit Warning, and Lane Following Assist.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Pricing

Pricing information for the Kona Electric is not yet available, and we still don’t know whether it will be sold in the U.S. The regular model has already been confirmed, so the EV should cross the pond too. With the Ioniq Electric priced from $29,500, the
Kona Electric could fetch a bit more than $30,000 before incentives. That’s not a bad sticker for an all-electric crossover.

In Europe, the Electric model will also be significantly more expensive than the standard Kona. In the U.K., the base model comes in at £16,445, but the EV will probably cost a bit more than the Ioniq Electric, which retails from £24,995. In Germany, the Kona Electric should fetch more than €32,000.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Competition

The car market has grown to include many electric vehicles. The Nissan Leaf is in its second generation, Chevrolet has the Bolt, and Hyundai already has the Ioniq. The Tesla Model S is on the market for quite a few years now and the Model 3 is close to getting a global launch this year. However, the SUV market is well behind. Sure, we already have the Tesla Model X and Jaguar is about to launch the I-Pace, but both models are too expensive to go against the Kona Electric. Kia is about to launch an all-electric version of the Niro later this year, and it’s the only option you have that will carry a similar price tag.

Kia Niro EV<


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Much like the Kona Electric in relation to its conventional sibling, the Niro EV is heavily based on the regular model in terms of design. The concept shown at the 2018 Consumer Electrics Show boasts an almost identical exterior design, with only the headlamps, taillights, and bumpers sporting notable changes. But needless to say, it has what it takes to match the sporty and modern looks of the Kona Electric. The concept’s cabin is different, but the production version should get most of the features seen inside the regular model, including an all-digital instrument cluster, a big infotainment display, and plenty of convenience features. Official specs aren’t yet available, but the Niro EV Concept was unveiled with a 65-kWh battery pack and a 201-horsepower motor. Yes, it’s the same drivetrain as the Kona Electric, which isn’t surprising given that Kia and Hyundai have shared plenty of tech in recent years. The concept’s mileage is rated at 238 miles per charge, which is very close to the Kona’s. It could also be a hint that the two will have a 238-mile EPA rating in the U.S. Pricing information is not available, but the Niro EV will have a similar tag, so expect a sticker of at least $30,000 before incentives.

Read our speculative review of the 2019 Kia Niro EV.

Conclusion


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I must say that I’m really impressed with the Kona Electric. Not only it looks sporty and modern on the outside, it has a solid technology package on the inside. Sure, many cool features and apps are optional, but for an electric vehicle that will cost less than $40,000, there isn’t much to complain about. The drivetrain is pretty impressive too. Before Tesla and Chevrolet launched their compacts, we didn’t get too much range from compact EVs. The Nissan Leaf, for instance, was far from impressive in its early days, and needless to say, the second-gen model still lags behind the competition. The Kona Electric puts an end to the stereotype that Asian-made, affordable EVs lack in the drivetrain department with a 201-horsepower motor and a range of more than 230 miles. Want to pay less for Leaf-like model for inner city drivers? Not a problem, Hyundai will be happy to sell you one with a smaller battery. Finally, the fact that the Kona Electric is the first production crossover EV to hit the market with an affordable price tag is a massive achievement for the brand!

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Kona Electric

Although Hyundai didn’t offer an SUV until the Terracan was introduced in 2001 (the 1991 Galloper doesn’t really count since it was a rebadged Mitsubishi), the Korean firm now has four different crossovers on offer. The latest to join the family is the Kona, and it’s the company’s first subcompact offering. But more importantly, it’s the first subcompact SUV to get an all-electric version. Unveiled in February 2018, the Kona Electric will be first of its kind on the European market later in 2018, and it should come to the U.S. as well.

Much like any other EV or hybrid based on a conventional vehicle, the Kona Electric is very similar to the gasoline-powered Kona. The styling carries over with a few changes inside and out, while the equipment lines remain pretty much the same. It’s the drivetrain that makes a big difference, as the Kona Electric doesn’t use dinosaur juice. What’s more, the Kona Electric comes with impressive performance and range of a crossover that will cost significantly less than the expensive Tesla Model X. Let’s find out more about that in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Hyundai Kona Electric.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Exterior

  • Almost identical to regular model
  • Closed grille
  • Revised grille shape
  • New bumper
  • Cleaner look
  • New diffuser-like element
  • Two-tone paint
  • 21 possible paint combinations

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric - image 770828
“The most notable change is visible up front, where the crossover sports a closed grille”

As you might have already guessed, the all-electric version of the Kona is almost identical to the gasoline variant on the outside. The most notable change is visible up front, where the crossover sports a closed grille. This is a typical feature of EVs, which don’t need an actual grille for cooling. However, the panel that hides the charging socket prompted a few more changes to the front fascia.

For starters, Hyundai reconfigured the upper section. While the regular Kona has a thin gap just above the grille, the EV gained a silver trim that runs below the headlamps too. Second, the grille isn’t as tall as the standard model’s. While it normally includes the license plate, on the EV the grille was narrowed. What’s more, the apron is different too, now sporing a larger grille with a trapezoidal shape. Finally, the LED light mounted on each side of the grille are no longer surrounded by black cladding. All these changes give the Kona EV’s front end a more stylish look in my opinion. It also looks cleaner, and according to Hyundai, it’s a bit more aerodynamic too.


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“Just like the standard Kona, the Electric can be specified with a two-tone roof”

The profile and the rear of the Kona EV appears to be unchanged compared to the gasoline model, save for the diffuser-like element around back. On this version, the grey painted lower element was replaced by horizontal strips. Of course, there’s also an “electric” badge on the tailgate.

Just like the standard Kona, the Electric can be specified with a two-tone roof. Options include Phantom Black, Dark Knight, and Chalk White, and the package also includes mirror caps in the same colors. Combined with the seven available exterior colors, customers have access to 21 possible combinations. The exterior color palette includes Chalk White, Dark Knight, Tangerine Comet, Ceramic Blue, Pulse Red, Acid Yellow, and Galactic Grey. The latter is brand new.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric – Exterior Dimensions

Overall length 4,180 MM (164.56 Inches)
Overall width 1,800 MM (70.86 Inches)
Overall height 1,570 MM (61.81 Inches)
Wheelbase 2,600 MM (102.36 Inches)
Front overhang 855 MM (33.66 Inches)
Rear overhang 720 MM (28.34 Inches)

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Interior

  • Based on regular Kona
  • New center console
  • New center stack
  • Paddle shifts for regenerative braking
  • Cloth and leather upholstery
  • The latest features and apps
  • Up 332 liters of trunk space

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“The revised center console sits higher and features a new button and knob layout”

Step inside the Kona Electric and you’ll find the same interior layout from the regular model. Except for the center console, which sits higher and features a new button and knob layout. The traditional shifter is also gone, making room for the four buttons of the bespoke automatic transmission. The cupholder arrangement has also been revised, together with the small console for the HVAC system. The steering wheel also features paddle shifts that allow the driver to adjust the intensity of the regenerative braking system.

Other than that, the Electric model is pretty much the same and includes Hyundai’s new high-resolution, seven-inch supervision cluster display, which now shows additional info such as battery charge level and energy flow.


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“The standard upholstery is black and combines cloth and leather, but you can opt for an all-leather layout”

The standard upholstery is black and combines cloth and leather, but you can opt for an all-leather layout. The optional three-tone blue and grey interior can be had in both variants. Just like the regular Kona, the electric offers a wide range of connectivity features, including an infotainment system which integrates navigation, media and connectivity features. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and wireless charging are also included.

Convenience features are also similar. The package includes power front seats with eight-way electric adjustment, a two-way electric lumbar support system for the driver, and a three-step ventilation system and three-step heating system for the front seats. The heated steering wheel is optional.

Naturally, passenger and luggage space remains unchanged. The legroom in the first row is 1,054 mm, while passengers in the back seat benefit from 850 mm of legroom. Headroom is rated at 1,006 mm in the front and 948 mm in the rear. Luggage space is up to 332 liters, including storage of the charging cable (373 liters without), which makes the Kona Electric more than it suitable for everyday needs.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric – Interior Dimensions

1st Row 2nd Row
Head room 1,006 MM (39.50 Inches) 948 MM (37.32 Inches)
Leg room 1,054 MM (41.49 Inches) 850 MM (33.46 Inches)
Shoulder room 1,410 MM (55.51 Inches) 1,380 MM (54.33 Inches)

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Drivetrain

  • New lithium-ion battery
  • 39.2 or 64 kWh options
  • Up to 201 horsepower
  • Up to 470 km of range
  • 395 Nm of torque
  • 0 to 62 in 7.6 seconds
  • Top speed at 167 kph
  • Single-speed transmission

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“The base model uses a 39.2 kWh battery that provides 99 kW (132 horsepower) and a maximum range of 300 km (186 miles)”

The drivetrain is what makes the Kona Electric stand out even more in the lineup. While the regular model is available with four-cylinder gasoline engines, the Kona Electric gets an electric drivetrain. The combo brings together a lithium-ion polymer battery pack and an electric motor. Two versions are offered. The base model uses a 39.2 kWh battery that provides 99 kW (132 horsepower) and a maximum range of 300 km (186 miles).

A more powerful version with a 64 kWh battery generates a more impressive 150 kW, which converts to 201 horsepower. But it’s the range that’s more impressive here, with Hyundai claiming that this model returns 470 km (292 miles) on a single charge. Both drivetrain versions deliver 395 Nm (291 pound-feet) of immediate torque, while top speed is rated at 167 kph (104 mph). The more powerful variant needs only 7.6 seconds to hit 62 mph. Both drivetrains mate to an automatic single-speed reduction gear transmission.


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“The 64 kWh battery generates 201 horsepower and returns 470 km (292 miles) on a single charge”

Getting back to that 470-km range, it places the Kona Electric atop the Euro-spec Opel Ampera-e by a full 90 km (60 mph). The Korean crossover will also deliver more miles than the base Tesla Model 3. Actual figures for the European market aren’t yet available, but the sedan is expected to return 220 miles (354 km) per charge in the U.S. An EPA range is difficult to estimate at this point, but it should be rated at more than 240 miles. This means that Hyundai’s EV will return a tad more miles than the U.S.-spec Chevrolet Bolt, which is rated by the EPA at 238 miles.

Charging the lithium-ion polymer battery up to 80% only takes about 54 minutes using a 100 kW direct current (DC) fast charger according to Hyundai. With the 7,2 kW on-board-charger, charging with alternating current (AC) takes nine hours 40 minutes for the long-range battery pack and six hours 10 minutes for the shorter-range battery pack. The Kona Electric can also be charged at a compatible regular household power socket using the ICCB-cable (in-cable control box).

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Safety


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The Kona Electric is as modern as they get when it comes to safety features. The crossover benefits from the superior rigidity that comes from use of high strength steel in its construction. The new materials also provide high impact energy absorption and minimized distortion, which increases passenger protection in the event of a collision. An enlarged area for the appliance of hot stamping and a ring-shaped cabin shell structure with ultra-high-strength steel, the safety zone for passengers has been enlarged, while the multiload-pass structure of the cabin disperses energy in various directions to reduce the strength of impact during a crash.

Around the interior, a total of six airbags are installed. There are two front airbags, two side airbags, and two curtain airbags. The latter cover both the first and second row, protecting the rear passengers as well. Moving over to active safety and driving assistance technologies, the Koa Electric is equipped with Hyundai’s latest system called SmartSense. It includes Forward Collision Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Collision Warning including Rear Cross Traffic Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Intelligent Speed Limit Warning, and Lane Following Assist.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Pricing

Pricing information for the Kona Electric is not yet available, and we still don’t know whether it will be sold in the U.S. The regular model has already been confirmed, so the EV should cross the pond too. With the Ioniq Electric priced from $29,500, the
Kona Electric could fetch a bit more than $30,000 before incentives. That’s not a bad sticker for an all-electric crossover.

In Europe, the Electric model will also be significantly more expensive than the standard Kona. In the U.K., the base model comes in at £16,445, but the EV will probably cost a bit more than the Ioniq Electric, which retails from £24,995. In Germany, the Kona Electric should fetch more than €32,000.

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Competition

The car market has grown to include many electric vehicles. The Nissan Leaf is in its second generation, Chevrolet has the Bolt, and Hyundai already has the Ioniq. The Tesla Model S is on the market for quite a few years now and the Model 3 is close to getting a global launch this year. However, the SUV market is well behind. Sure, we already have the Tesla Model X and Jaguar is about to launch the I-Pace, but both models are too expensive to go against the Kona Electric. Kia is about to launch an all-electric version of the Niro later this year, and it’s the only option you have that will carry a similar price tag.

Kia Niro EV<


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Much like the Kona Electric in relation to its conventional sibling, the Niro EV is heavily based on the regular model in terms of design. The concept shown at the 2018 Consumer Electrics Show boasts an almost identical exterior design, with only the headlamps, taillights, and bumpers sporting notable changes. But needless to say, it has what it takes to match the sporty and modern looks of the Kona Electric. The concept’s cabin is different, but the production version should get most of the features seen inside the regular model, including an all-digital instrument cluster, a big infotainment display, and plenty of convenience features. Official specs aren’t yet available, but the Niro EV Concept was unveiled with a 65-kWh battery pack and a 201-horsepower motor. Yes, it’s the same drivetrain as the Kona Electric, which isn’t surprising given that Kia and Hyundai have shared plenty of tech in recent years. The concept’s mileage is rated at 238 miles per charge, which is very close to the Kona’s. It could also be a hint that the two will have a 238-mile EPA rating in the U.S. Pricing information is not available, but the Niro EV will have a similar tag, so expect a sticker of at least $30,000 before incentives.

Read our speculative review of the 2019 Kia Niro EV.

Conclusion


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I must say that I’m really impressed with the Kona Electric. Not only it looks sporty and modern on the outside, it has a solid technology package on the inside. Sure, many cool features and apps are optional, but for an electric vehicle that will cost less than $40,000, there isn’t much to complain about. The drivetrain is pretty impressive too. Before Tesla and Chevrolet launched their compacts, we didn’t get too much range from compact EVs. The Nissan Leaf, for instance, was far from impressive in its early days, and needless to say, the second-gen model still lags behind the competition. The Kona Electric puts an end to the stereotype that Asian-made, affordable EVs lack in the drivetrain department with a 201-horsepower motor and a range of more than 230 miles. Want to pay less for Leaf-like model for inner city drivers? Not a problem, Hyundai will be happy to sell you one with a smaller battery. Finally, the fact that the Kona Electric is the first production crossover EV to hit the market with an affordable price tag is a massive achievement for the brand!

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PostHeaderIcon The Hyundai Kona EV Offers Almost as Much Torque as a 997-Gen Porsche 911 GT3!

The Hyundai Kona Electric is serious business. Not only does it have impressive modern looks, it also has performance credentials to back up its design. Aesthetics notwithstanding, the Kona Electric’s biggest attraction is its performance capability, which amounts to as much as 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque.

2019 Hyundai Kona Performance


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“For such a small crossover, the Kona Electric can generate the same amount of torque as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce.”

It’s hard to overstate the Hyundai Kona Electric’s performance credentials because the figures Hyundai is throwing out are impressive across the board. Let’s start with the shorter-range option, which has a battery pack that can produce an output of 132 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque. The latter is incredible because, for such a small crossover, the Kona Electric can generate the same amount of torque as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce. It’s also just 8 pound-feet less than what the Porsche 911 (997) GT3 has at its disposal. The capability of the Kona Electric’s 39.2 kWh battery pack helps it accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 9.3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 104 mph. Combine those numbers with the crossover’s expected range — 186 miles on a single charge — and those are very impressive returns.

It gets better, though.

The Kona Electric is also available with a 64 kWh battery pack. It returns the same amount of torque — 291 pound-feet — but has 201 horsepower. The figures translate to an acceleration time of 7.6 seconds from 0 to 62 mph. More importantly, the battery pack comes with a range of 292 miles, a figure that would put it in the vicinity of the Tesla Model X.


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“The battery pack comes with a range of 292 miles, a figure that would put it in the vicinity of the Tesla Model X.”

If these numbers are impressive, a lot of it is due to the two lithium-ion battery packs that Hyundai developed. Charging these batteries also take little time, specifically when you’re using a 100 kW fast charger. All it takes is 54 minutes to charge the battery pack to 80 percent capacity. If you’re using a standard AC source, charging time is much longer at six hours and 10 minutes for the short-range model and nine hours and 40 min for the long-range version.

Unfortunately, the Hyundai Kona Electric isn’t hitting the market until the latter part of 2018. But since the small SUV thought of as a tech flagship from Hyundai, waiting for it is inconsequential when the power and performance returns are this promising.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Kona EV Promises Better Range than Chevy Bolt and base Tesla Model 3

Unveiled in June 2017 as the company first subcompact crossover, the Hyundai Kona will get an all-electric drivetrain later this month. The news comes straight from the Korean automaker, which revealed that that the mini SUV based on the i30 platform will be unveiled on February 2018, ahead of a public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Kona Electric joins the already available Ioniq Electric and the hydrogen-powered Nexo in the company’s all-electric lineup. The big news is that it will have a range of almost 300 miles on a single charge.

The Company’s First Electric SUV


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“The Kona is smaller than the Kia Niro, so they won't compete against each other”

Combining two of the fastest growing trends in the automotive industry, SUV body styles, and electrification, the Kona doesn’t share underpinnings with a similar vehicle from Kia. This is a rare feat, as the two brands offer a large number of sister models. The Kia Niro, for instance, is closely related to the Ioniq, despite the fact that the two compete in different segments. The Kona is also smaller than the Kia Niro, so they won’t compete against each other.

Already available with an internal combustion engine, the Kona is a sporty, modern-looking crossover aimed at younger crowds. Although the Kona Electric has yet to be unveiled, the teaser suggests that it will be almost identical. I can spot a different mesh for the front grille, but other than that and the badges, it should boast the same exterior design.

Hyundai says that the all-electric SUV will come with a “wide range of convenience and connectivity features as well as active safety and driving assistance technologies,” but it’s safe to say that it will get the same features as the standard model.

Better than the Chevy Bolt?


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“An EPA range is difficult to estimate at this point, but it should be rated at more than 240 miles”

Hyundai didn’t have much to say about the Kona Electric’s drivetrain, but it did mention that the crossover will get two powertrain options. The range-topping model will have “one of the most powerful electric motors on the market” and a “class leading range of almost 470 km.” This converts to 292 miles on the new European World Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). If this figure turns out to be accurate, the Kona will surpass the Opel Ampera-e by a full 90 km (60 miles). Impressive!

An EPA range is difficult to estimate at this point, but it should be rated at more than 240 miles. This means that Hyundai’s EV will return a tad more miles than the U.S.-spec Chevrolet Bolt, which is rated by the EPA at 238 miles. It will also sit atop the base version of the Tesla Model 3, rated at 220 miles.

When Can You Buy It?

Hyundai says that the Kona Electric will become available in the summer of 2018. There’s no word on pricing yet, but we should find out more at the official unveiling. So stay tuned for updates.

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PostHeaderIcon The Hyundai Kona Gets a Warm Welcome with U.S. Debut in Los Angeles

The 2017 L.A. Auto Show has seen an impressive number of debuts, from the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 to the new Jeep Wrangler. But perhaps one of the most consumer-focused vehicles is the new 2018 Hyundai Kona. This B-segment crossover offers room for five, nearly 20 cubic feet of cargo room, an available AWD system, two powertrain options, tons of in-dash tech and active safety equipment, and a funky design aimed at taming the urban jungles of Everytown, U.S.A.

The Kona isn’t the only compact crossover debuting at the 2017 L.A. Auto show, though. The Nissan Kicks is new and will be a major competitor for the Kona. Other rivals include the Jeep Renegade, Toyota CH-R, Honda HR-V, and Ford EcoSport. The Hyundai seems up to the challenge; it boasts a fun interior combined with an available 175-horsepower turbo-four backed by a dual-clutch automatic all riding on a new platform designed for responsiveness. Competitors with CVTs and less horsepower should be worried.

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Designed for fun, just like its namesake


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“Aside from a well-schemed name, the 2018 Kona really seems like a fun-oriented crossover”

The Kona name comes from the west-coast region of the Big Island of Hawaii. It’s hard to dream of a more exciting and thrill-seeker-friendly location than that. Hyundai obviously wants the Kona spirit to rub off on the crossover.

Aside from a well-schemed name, the 2018 Kona really seems like a fun-oriented crossover. Not that the competition is focused on being dull or boring. I mean, just look at them…

The Kona’s body features black plastic “armor” designed for protecting it from city life. It’s not as outlandish as the Citroën Cactus with its padded exterior door panels, but it’s close. A tall stance also decreased the chances of scraping on parking stops or steep driveways. SUV-like classing along the rocker panels and fenders adds to the rugged look.

Floating rooflines are all the rage these days, and the 2018 Kona has just enough split on its D-pillar to join the club. The roof slopes in the rear, too, but without cutting into rear-seat headroom. Wheel choices are sized in 16-, 17-, and 18-inches, depending on the trim level. Speaking of which, the Kona will come in several trim levels, with the Limited and Ultimate being the two highest.


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“The standard engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder making 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque with no forced induction and running the fuel-saving Atkinson combustion cycle”

As for power, two engines are available. The standard engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder making 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque with no forced induction and running the fuel-saving Atkinson combustion cycle. A six-speed automatic sends power to the front wheels. Optionally, the Kona get a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder making a respectable 175 horses and 195 pound-feet of torque. Torque is actually this engine’s specialty, with peak twist happening at only 1,500 rpm and staying on till 4,500 rpm. Horsepower then peaks at 5,500 rpm. Hyundai pairs the 1.6-liter with its seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, just like in the lovable Hyundai Elantra Sport. AWD is available and actually comes with an independent rear suspension in place of the torsion beam found on FWD models.

Pricing hasn’t been announced, but the Hyundai Kona is expected to start around $20,000 when it hits showrooms in the first quarter of 2018.

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PostHeaderIcon Two Hyundai Models Get Green Light For N Treatment

The introduction of the Hyundai i30 N spells the start of the Korean automaker’s venture into the world of performance vehicles. Now that the hot hatch is in the fold, the process of building up the whole division begins, and two Hyundai models have been green-lit to help fill up the ranks: the Tucson and the Kona. The real development here is the inclusion of the Kona N since we’ve already heard from no less than N performance division boss Albert Biermann about the fate of the Tucson N.

Now, Hyundai Australia Senior Manager of Product Planning Andrew Tuitahi confirmed to Motoring that the Kona N is a “go” as well. The bad news is that both models aren’t expected to arrive anytime soon since Hyundai’s priority for the N division seems to focus on building its foundation with performance hatchbacks, coupes, and sedans. Crossovers and SUVs will come later, and the expectation is that these models will be integral parts of the whole N experience. Once the division itself is up-and-running, the attention will inevitably turn on bringing both the Tucson N and the Kona N to life. How long that’s going to take is anybody’s guess at this point, but Tuatahi may have put it best when he referred to time timetable as a “slow burn.” The good news is that the status of both the Tucson N and the Kona N is a matter of “when” and not “if.” We’ll just have to wait for word on “when” is when going to be.

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Is this an exciting development


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“The key here is to understand what it is that Hyundai wants to showcase when it does decide to build a Tucson N and a Kona N”

I suppose it depends on who you’re going to ask. If you ask me, I’m fully onboard with seeing a Tucson N and a Kona N come to life. For one, it’s not out of the ordinary for crossovers and SUVs to get performance versions. Mercedes, BMW, and Audi have all done it and have had remarkable success because of it.

The key here is to understand what it is that Hyundai wants to showcase when it does decide to build a Tucson N and a Kona N. Does it want both models to compete against the established Europeans or does it want to introduce both models slowly before ratcheting up their performance levels in the coming years? Then there are questions on whether Hyundai can differentiate both performance models enough that they don’t step on each other’s toes. There’s a certain way to do it that the likes of Mercedes and BMW have been successful with, so it’s not like Hyundai is venturing into unchartered territory here.


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“Then there’s the issue of giving the N division an identity of its own that’s separate from Hyundai.”

Then there’s the issue of giving the N division an identity of its own that’s separate from Hyundai. The i30 N was successful in that regard, but it would be foolish of Hyundai to think that the N division already has its own unique identity after just one model. Something like this is going to take some time to nurture, which is exactly what Hyundai Australia chief J.W. Lee talked about in his discussion with the Motoring. “We are hoping the N branding will bring something new to our models,” Lee said. “We want to change customer perception, but we can’t do this overnight. Whenever we do research, customer perception is always that we have affordable or cheaper cars. Good cars, but budget cars. I hope the N badge is going to create a halo effect for our brand.”

On that end, it’s easy to see why Hyundai decided to confirm N versions of the Tucson and Kona. Now, all it has to do is make sure that when the time comes, and both models are revealed, they imbibe more of the N division’s premium and performance identities more than they do Hyundai’s.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Kona

The crossover craze continues unabated, which means any automaker worth its salt is getting in on the action with all varieties of the reasonably priced, high-riding utility vehicle body style. The compact crossover segment in particular would appear to be rather lucrative, and as such, Hyundai just released a new competitor dubbed the Kona. Recently revealed in the metal in Seoul, the Kona fits between the Santa Fe and Tucson in the automaker’s lineup. Featuring sharp exterior styling, an upscale interior treatment, a wide variety of technology for infotainment and safety, plus an efficient drivetrain lineup, the Kona looks like it might have all the right stuff for a successful worldwide bid.

“With the Kona, we have created a stylish and highly functional compact SUV, perfectly suited to the needs of customers who pursue challenging, action-filled lifestyles,” says Euisun Chung, Vice Chairman of Hyundai Motor Company. “We aim to set new standards for the compact SUV segment, with appealing design, cutting-edge connectivity and class leading safety features.” Cut out the press releasisms, and what’s clear is the brand has high hopes for the Kona. Not only is Hyundai seeking to be the number one Asian automaker in Europe in less than five years, but this latest addition should also add a nice bump to its presence stateside as well. But this segment is rife with competition – does the Kona have what it takes to hang?

Updated 06/15/2017: Hyundai has officially revealed the Kona compact crossover! Check out our updated review below.

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