Electric without compromises.

The all-new Kona Electric comes with exceptional electric performance: Its generous driving range of up to 449 km lets you go the distance – and fast charging returns its battery back to an 80 % state of charge in just 54 minutes.

Performance.

Power, fun and efficiency.

Nobody ever said that electric mobility had to be boring. This sporty SUV accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in only 7.6 seconds in the 64 kWh version. And it goes the distance on a single charge: You can choose between two batteries versions providing 289 km or 449 km of range.*

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Electric driving technology.

The carefully matched components of the electric powertrain have been engineered to provide excellent driving characteristics and a practical everyday driving range. The completely new platform of the Kona enables a space-saving integration of the battery packs without compromising roominess.

Image of the lithium-ion battery in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

Lithium-ion polymer battery.

The Kona Electric’s lithium-ion polymer battery has a lower memory sensitivity and excellent charge efficiency compared to conventional batteries.

Image of the electric motor in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

Electric motor.

Pick between two battery versions: the 39.2 kWh  version with up to 289 km driving range or the 64 kWh version that will let drive for up to 449 km.

Smart technology for intelligent driving.

Maximise your range while driving with Kona Electric’s recuperative braking systems which let you charge the battery by using the electric motor to slow the car.

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  1. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Adjustable recuperative braking.

    Braking is optimised to get the most out of the recuperative braking system, helping KONA Electric maintain a healthy state of charge (SOC). The driver can easily adjust the level of recuperative braking through the paddle shifters behind the steering wheel.

  2. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Recuperative braking level 0.

    Recuperative braking is not in operation and the battery is not being charged. 

  3. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Recuperative braking level 1.

    Car decelerates slightly using the electric motor, and charging strength is the lowest.

  4. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Recuperative braking level 2.

    Car decelerates faster than level 1, and charging strength is stronger than level 1.

  5. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Recuperative braking level 3.

    Car decelerates faster than level 2, and charging strength is stronger than level 2.

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  1. Graphic illustrating the shifter operation in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    1-Paddle shifter operation.

    It is also possible to actively brake the car using the paddle shifter. Simply pull the left paddle shifter and hold. You can slow the car to a complete stop in this way without pressing the conventional brake pedal.

  2. Graphic illustrating the shifter operation in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Hold.

    Pull the left paddle shifter and hold to activate maximum strength recuperative braking. It is possible to stop the car in this way  – without using the conventional brake pedal. Charging strength is the strongest in this mode.

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  1. Smart recuperative braking.

    The Smart recuperative braking system utilizes the on-board radar sensor to automatically control the level of recuperative braking to react to the traffic ahead. Additionally, it also detects if the KONA Electric is driving up or downhill and adjusts accordingly.

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Charging

Load it up over night or top up on the go.

Depending on your grid connection at home or the type of fast charging station you have access to, the all-new Kona Electric offers various possibilities and plug types for charging.

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  1. The all-new Hyundai Kona Electric standing near a fast-charging station.

    Fast charging.

    When using a 100 kW direct current (DC) fast-charger station, Kona Electric’s lithium-ion polymer battery only takes about 54 minutes to charge to 80 % state of charge (SOC) for both available powertrain versions. If you connect to a 50 kW station, the charging time for the 39kWh battery is 57 minutes and 75 minutes for the 64kWh version.

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  1. The all-new Hyundai Kona Electric charging at a home wall box.
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    Normal charging.

    Charge at home using a home wall box / AC charging station, it takes 9 hours 35 minutes to fully charge the long-range battery pack and 6 hours 10 minutes for the shorter-range battery pack. You can also connect to a regular household power socket using the ICCB-cable (in-cable control box) for charging times of 19* and 31* hours respectively.

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  1. Graphic showing the programmable charging settings on the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Programmable charging.

    The all-new Kona Electric’s advanced battery management system gives you complete control over when and how you want to charge it. Pick a time that best fits your schedule and budget, with clear overview of remaining charging time.

  2. Graphic showing the off-peak time settings to charge the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Charging time reservation.

    A few taps is all it takes to save money. Use the Charging Time Reservation function on the centre screen to program start and stop charging times to make the most of off-peak electricity rates and wake up to a fully charged battery.

  3. Graphic showing the charging limit settings on the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Charging limit.

    Set a Charging Limit – for example 50% – to take advantage of a fast-charger station in the city for the drive home – and then fully charge the battery at home while you’re sleep to take advantage of low electricity rates at night.

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Find a charging station and a parking spot!

Kona Electric comes with everything you need to enjoy electric mobility at its best. Its free LIVE Services subscription lets you access real-time information on EV charging stations, on- & off-street parking and Hyundai dealerships. What’s more, it also provides you with real-time traffic information as well as speed camera alerts*, points of interest (POI) online search and weather conditions.

How to charge your all-new Kona Electric.

Whether you’re at home or on the road: It’s easy fill your Kona Electric’s battery. Take advantage of the included charging cable at home.

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  1. Photo of the included in-cable control box charging cable of the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.
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    Domestic charging cable.

    The included in-cable control box charging cable plugs right into a normal wall socket. Charging Time: 19h for 39kWh battery / 31h for 64kWh*

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    Home charging station.

    If you choose to have a wall mounted charging point installed at home, charging time @ 7,2kW is reduced to 6:10h for 39kWh battery / 9:35h for 64kWh)*

  3. Photo of the AC charging cable for the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Charging cable for AC charging stations.

    A charging cable connects the all-new Kona Electric to public AC charging points. This cable can also be used to connect to a home wall box.

  4. The all-new Hyundai Kona Electric shown charging at a DC fast-charger station.
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    Fast charging.

    For the fastest possible charging, the all-new Kona Electric can be charged at direct current (DC) fast-charger stations.

    Convenience

    Practical and versatile.

    The all-new Kona Electric is designed for maximum practicability: Take it for a trip and take advantage of the generous boot capacity of 332 litres. Hit the road without losing touch by using its innovative connectivity features and enjoy stellar sounds with the included premium sound system.

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    1. Photo of the wireless charging pad in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Wireless charging.

      Located in the centre console, a wireless charging pad (Qi standard) lets you easily charge a compatible smartphone without the use of cables.

    2. A speaker of the KRELL sound system in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      KRELL premium sound system.

      The KRELL sound system delivers stellar performance. 8 speakers and an external amplifier treat everyone on board to a special sound experience.

    3. Image of the climate controls in the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Climate pre-settings.

      Wake up to a warm car. When connected to an external power source you can schedule a time that you would like to have your all-new Kona Electric pre-heated to a temperature of your choosing.

      Safety

      Hyundai SmartSense.

      With Hyundai SmartSense, our cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Kona Electric offers the latest active safety technology – built to provide you with more safety and peace of mind.

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      1. Illustration of the Intelligent Speed Limit Warning functionality of the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

        The Intelligent Speed Limit Warning uses the front camera and information from the navigation system to identify road speed signs and displays the speed limit and no-passing signs in real time. The information is displayed in both the navigation system display and the TFT cluster.

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      1. Photo of the Driver Attention Warning system of the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        Driver Attention Warning (DAW).

        The Driver Attention Warning (DAW) raises safety and convenience to an entirely new level by continuously monitoring and analysing driving patterns through data inputs, such as the steering angle, steering torque and vehicle position in the traffic lane. When a pattern of fatigue/distraction is identified, DAW gets the driver’s attention with an audible alert and pop-up message suggesting a break.

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      1. Illustration of the High Beam Assist functionality of the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        High Beam Assist (HBA).

        When switched to automatic mode, High Beam Assist (HBA) detects both oncoming vehicles and vehicles in the same lane ahead at night, and changes to low-beam as appropriate. Whenever there are no vehicles detected, the system automatically reactivates the high beam.

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      1. Illustration of the Low Beam Assist functionality of the all-new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        Low Beam Assist (LBA-S).

        See more and drive safer. The Low Beam Assist illuminates the front side area ahead when cornering, improving visibility at night.

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