If you want an all-electric vehicle, then going a Hyundai Kona subcompact crossover might be what you need to buy from the 2021 Hyundai Kona. Even if your preference is a traditional gas-powered vehicle, it could be best to try out this particular vehicle.
So what will you expect to gain by using the Hyundai Kona 2019?
Incredible electric range
If you are skeptical of buying an electric car just because you want a model that has a more extended range, then this could be the model for you. It is a vehicle that can travel up to 258 miles on an individual charge, making it ahead of most of the other electric cars like the Chevy Bolt. The other vehicles that have longer ranges like the Honda Clarity are on the market but a price that is higher as compared to the Hyundai Kona 2019. Its name refers to its ability to drive the 225 mile Hawaii Kona loon without any recharge.
The Hyundai Kona can be fully charged in less than 54 minutes with a charger of 75kW making it to possess the most significant battery pack of any non –Tesla vehicle currently on the market. With a charger of 50kW, it will take about 75 minutes. The charging of level II with an AC of 240V takes about 10 hours.
The smart system allows you to automatically charge the battery overnight during the offpeak hours for efficiency. It is possible to further boost efficiency by selecting one of four regeneration battery using a toggle switch on the steering wheel. It is what allows you to be able to determine the rate at which the energy of the vehicle is recaptured by the vehicle.
The high-end tech
Each Hyundai Kona 2019 comes with either an 8 inch or 7-inch infotainment system. You will enjoy its ability to mirror the smartphone on the touchscreen because of the compatibility standard with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The exciting options of technology include a heads up driver display and wireless charging. Suppose you decide to upgrade to the Bluelink software that is exclusively for the Hyundai. In that case, it is possible to take advantage of certain features like the remote that is app-based, charge scheduling, and remote charge management.
The Hyundai claims a 0-60 time with just about 7.6 seconds and a high speed of about 104 miles in an hour for the Hyundai Kona 2019, which tends to be better than what the rival in the class are capable of offering. It is well equipped with a permanent magnet motor, which typically gets impressive with a horsepower of 201 and 290 lb feet of the torque peak.
The electric Kona version is only available in the front-wheel drive, though it is possible for you to go ahead and upgrade to an all-wheel drive for the Kona 201 gas-powered lineup. If you decide to choose the latter version of the Hyundai Kona, it is possible to select either a horsepower of 147 an engine of four-cylinder with a base model or turbo-four 175 hp in higher trims.