Since Hyundai Kona was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, we are gradually getting closer to learning the exact electric range for the American car. Finally, after a few estimates, the EPA issued its official assessment of 258 miles. This is 8 miles higher than Hyundai estimates for a US car, a few months ago.
2019 hyundai kona is for sale in California and selects other states by the end of this year. More states will be added early next year. This would be unfavorable for Hyundai, with models 3 and Bolt EV currently available throughout the country.
Inside, 2019 hyundai kona Electric will offer the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay standard and offer a larger optional 8.0-inch touchscreen with integrated navigation. Other safety features such as automatic emergency brakes, blind spot detection, active lane control, adaptive speed control with stop and stop, driver attention control, automatic high beams, and display will also be available.
The electric motor offers 201 horsepower and 292 lb-ft torque, which may require drag control to prevent front tires from being smoked. In foreign markets, buyers can choose a smaller 39 kW battery, but this option is not expected to be offered in the United States.
As with the wider range, the 2019 hyundai kona is powered by a natural 110 liter / 180 Nm petrol engine with a capacity of 2 megapixels with front engine, and a T-GDi turbocharged engine with 160 kW / 265 Nt 1.6 liters with each wheel drive.