Hyundai has announced that its Kona Electric will cost from £29,495 – and that’s not including the £4,500 Plug-In Car Grant.
The Kona has already been well received, thanks to its stylish looks, comfortable drive and practicality. This latest version adds the impressive ability to travel up to 300 miles on one charge.
Styling changes to the Kona Electric include a silver accent across the top of the grille, connecting the daytime running lights. The closed grilled has been slightly redesigned to accommodate the electric charging point, as has the front bumper with active air flaps.
It’s available with two different power outputs – a 39kWh battery with 133bhp version or a 64kWh and 200bhp combination.
The starting price of 24,995 (including the Government grant) is available with the SE 39kWh Kona Electric. This features a seven-inch display audio with DAB, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear parking sensors, rear view camera, Bluetooth connectivity and leather steering wheel details.
The range goes up to the top-spec Premium SE version, kitted out with the 64kWh battery from £36,295. This features the addition of LED headlamps with high beam assist, static cornering lights and head up display. That’s on top of the equipment, including an eight-inch touchscreen display, KRELL audio system and wireless charging on the mid-range Kona Electric Premium for £30,870.
June 29, 2018