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HYUNDAI Kona Electric Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 2018
Engines: Electric
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
 

2021 - Present

Named after the western district of the Hawaii island, the Kona was a bold step made by Hyundai into the electric car segment with a vehicle that could travel more than the city limits without provoking range anxiety. Hyundai was true to its words and introduced the Kona lineup in 2017 in three main versions: with internal combustion engines, hybrid-powered, and electric-powered. For that, th...

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electric:

  HYUNDAI Kona Electric 64 KWh (201 HP)

2020 - 2021

The electric revolution was on, and Hyundai caught a spot on the front row with the Kona Electric in 2018. Just two years later, it decided to refresh the range. Hyundai claimed that it sold over 120.000 units of the Kona in just two years. After most of its competitors, the small crossover was offered with gasoline, hybrid and electric versions and came late to the party. Maybe a refresh was...

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electric:

  HYUNDAI Kona Electric Long-Range 64 kWh (204 HP)

  HYUNDAI Kona Electric Standard- Range 39.2 kWh (136 HP)

2018 - 2020

After the launch of the all-new Kona small SUV, Hyundai introduced the Kona Electric in 2018, which, as its name suggests, it's the all-electric version and, at the time of the launch, represented the first affordable model in its class. Distinguishing features can be seen up front, where the car got rid of the big grille to improve aerodynamics. The interior is dominated by a dedicated cen...

full description and technical specifications
electric:

  HYUNDAI Kona Electric 39.2 kWh (135 HP)

  HYUNDAI Kona Electric 64 kWh (201 Hp)