When the Kona came onto the market in 2018, no one had any idea that it would be the huge seller that it has been. Because the Kona is such a spectacular seller, it has attracted quite a following. Hyundai has decided to release the Kona in the traditional and electric SUV model. Here is some additional information on the Kona SUV redesign.
One part of the Kona that has undergone an extensive renovation. The Kona’s hood has undergone a lengthening process, which has enlarged it and made it more sleek. The exterior of the car is longer as well, which balances out the wide, low body. To continue Hyundai’s tradition of making their cars look like they belong around a track, the Kona gets alloy wheels, wraparound lights and a stretched rear look. This redesign is partially for the racecar aesthetic, and partially for aerodynamic feature that helps the electric Kona be more efficient.
The interior of the Kona has also gone through a revamp. The Kona’s interior is wider, and aluminum accents adds a futuristic look to the SUV without being too heavy. The interior of the SUV also has ambient lighting to further enhance the modern, even futuristic look. The rear passengers get more leg room, and there’s more cargo space. Rear passengers also get additional USB ports, which gives them instant device charging capabilities.
Of course, the all-electric Kona is the vehicle everyone is talking about. The new design allows the Kona to go nearly 300 miles on one charge, and can get a combined 120 mpg when used with both the electric motor and the gas engine.