Exceptional electric performance.

The new Kona Electric delivers exceptional electric performance and a generous driving range of up to 484 km. And when you do finally have to plug in, fast charging returns its battery from 10% to 80% state of charge in just 47 minutes*.

Performance

High power. Excellent range. Thrilling acceleration.

Nobody ever said that electric mobility had to be boring. Lightning-quick off the line thanks to 395 Nm of torque delivered by the all-electric powertrain, this sporty SUV is seriously fun to drive – accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in only 7.9 seconds. Available with two different powertrain versions, you can pick your power and preferred range: the 39.2 kWh battery with up to 305 km driving range. Or the 64 kWh version that delivers up to 484 km range on a single charge(1).

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Just as there is a range of factors that affect the fuel efficiency of an internal combustion engine (ICE), the total electric driving range will be affected by the size of the battery, your driving style, the outside temperature, any passengers you are carrying and more.


    1. Icons of 484 km range and maximum power of 150 kW of the new Hyundai Kona Electric with 64 kWh battery.
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      Enjoy maximum power and range.

      With the 64 kWh battery, you get a truly impressive range of up to 484 km* – and with a power output of 204 PS and 395 Nm of torque – plenty of oomph, too. And thanks to clever way the battery pack is integrated into the overall design, you don’t have to compromise on interior space.

    2. Icons of the acceleration and top speed of the new Hyundai Kona Electric with 64 kWh battery.
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      Sporty performance.

      This sporty SUV is seriously fun to drive – accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in only 7.9 seconds. The 64 kWh battery version delivers a top speed of 167 km/h.

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    1. Icons of 305 km range and maximum power of 100 kW of the new Hyundai Kona Electric with 39.2 kWh battery.
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      The standard range version.

      The 39.2 kWh battery version offers a range of up to 305 kilometres and 395 Nm of torque, making it fun-to-drive with full power available from the first second. And thanks to the clever integration of the battery pack, you don’t have to compromise on interior space.

    2. Icons of the acceleration and top speed of the new Hyundai Kona Electric with 39.2 kWh battery.
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      Sporty performance.

      This sporty SUV is seriously fun to drive. The 39.2 kWh battery version delivers a top speed of 155 km/h. – accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in only 9.9 seconds.

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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 specially designed platform enables a space-saving integration of the battery packs without compromising roominess.

    The 64 kWh battery of the 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.

    The electric motor of the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Electric motor.

    The 64 kWh battery is paired with an electric motor which delivers of 204 PS (150 kW). The 39.2 kWh battery comes with an electric motor delivering 136 PS (100 kW).

    Smart technology for intelligent driving.

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

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

      Adjustable regenerative 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 regenerative braking through the paddle shifters behind the steering wheel.

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

      Recuperative braking levels.

      Level 0: Recuperative braking is not in operation and the battery is not being charged. Level 1 to level 3: With each level higher, the car decelerates more using the electric motor, increasing the charging strength at the same time. The higher the level, the more the car slows and charges the battery when you take your foot off the accelerator.

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    1. Graphic illustrating the 1-paddle mode in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      1-paddle mode.

      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 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. Graphic illustrating the smart regenerative braking in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Smart regenerative braking.

      The smart regenerative 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

    Charge fully 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 new Kona Electric offers various possibilities and plug types for charging.

    1. A couple sitting in a parking lot while the new Hyundai Kona Electric is charging on a public charging station.

      64kWh battery.

      When using a 100 kW direct current (DC) fast-charger station, Kona Electric’s lithium-ion polymer battery only takes about 47 min to charge from 10% to 80 % state of charge (SOC). If connected to a 50 kW station, this charging time is 64 min. 

    2. Icon of a CCS or Combo 2 fast charging plug.

      39.2 kWh battery.

      Kona Electric’s lithium-ion polymer battery only takes about 47 min to charge from 10% to 80 % state of charge (SOC) when using a 100 kW direct current (DC) fast-charger station. If connected to a 50 kW station, this charging time is 48 min. 

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    1. The new Hyundai Kona Electric charging with a AC type 2 charging cable.
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      64 kWh battery.

      When connected to a home wallbox or public AC charging station, it takes 6 h 50 min to charge the long-range 64 kWh battery pack from 10-100% SOC using the 10.5 kW triple phase on-board charger (OBC) and 9 h 15 min using the 7.2 kW single phase OBC.

    2. AC type 2 charging cable plugs for electric vehicles.

      39.2 kWh battery.

      For the 39.2 kWh battery pack, charging from 10-100% SOC when connected to a home wall box or public AC charging station, takes 4 h 20 min using the 10.5 kW triple phase on-board charger (OBC) and 6 h using the 7.2 kW single phase OBC.

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    1. A man looking at his smartphone for the programmable charging of the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Programmable charging.

      The 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. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: charging time reservation.

      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. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: charging limits.

      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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    Woman looking out of the window smiling at a Hyundai Ioniq.

    Everyday electric mobility.

    Learn more about charging times, installing a wallbox at your house, cables & plugs, and the cost associated with owning an electric vehicle.

    Convenience

    Practical and versatile.

    The new Kona Electric is designed for maximum practicability and convenience: Take it for a trip and take advantage of the generous boot capacity of 332 litres. Or switch on the optional heated and ventilated seats for more comfort on the road. And clever features like a rear-view monitor and head-up display make getting there safer and less stressful.

    1. Shift-by-wire in the middle console of the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Shift-by-wire.

      Nice and easy. Switch between drive, neutral, reverse and park by simply using the buttons conveniently located in the centre console.

    2. The controls of the automatic climate control in the middle console of the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Automatic climate control.

      Set your preferred temperature setting for the driver and front seat passenger – or deactivate the front passenger zone to save battery power when driving alone.

    3. The controls for the front seat heating and ventilation in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Heated and ventilated seats.

      Warm in winter and cool in summer. The driver and front seat passenger seats are available with seat heating and ventilation.

    4. The heated backseats in the new Hyundai Kona.

      Rear seat comfort.

      The rear passengers will appreciate the heated second row seats and a convenient rear USB so they can charge their smartphone in comfort.

    5. The electronic parking brake in the centre console of the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

      Electronic Parking Brake (EPB).

      An electronic parking brake can be found in the centre console as well. Convenient and easy to use, it also frees up space in the interior.

      1. The rear-view monitor in the new Hyundai Kona Electric for easy and safe parking.

        Rear-view monitor.

        Enjoy better visibility when parking and driving. At the push of a button, the rear-view monitor shows you exactly what’s going on behind you on the centre touch screen – even while driving.

      2. The Head-up display (HUD) in the new Hyundai Kona Electric projecting important informations into your sight.

        Head-up display (HUD).

        With impressive visibility, our head-up display helps you stay safe by projecting important information like speed, navigation commands, and warnings right into your line of sight.

      3. The paddle shifters of the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        Paddle shifters.

        You can easily adjust the level of recuperative braking using the paddle shifters. It is also possible to actively brake the car by pulling the left paddle shifter.

        Connectivity

        The cutting-edge of connected comfort.

        The new Kona Electric also features all the latest smart tech and cutting edge connectivity features like Bluelink® Connected Car Services, which lets you control your car from your smartphone – or with your voice. A free five-year subscription to Hyundai’s LIVE Services is included with the 10.25” big screen navigation system.

        Bluelink® Connected Car Services.

        Bluelink® Connected Car Services bring seamless connectivity directly into the new Kona Electric with online voice recognition and a wide range of features to make your drive more convenient and enjoyable. On top of the many clever features you can control with the Bluelink app, a free five-year subscription to Hyundai’s LIVE Services is also included with the navigation system.

        The personalized user profile in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        Personalized user profile.

        Save everything just how you like it. Now you can save your infotainment preferences, such as language, Bluetooth and navigation settings.

        The feature voice control in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

        Expanded voice recognition.

        Activate and control features like climate settings, infotainment controls and side mirror heating as well as steering wheel heating via voice command.

        The Bluelink® Smartphone App.

        Control your car from the palm of your hand. The Bluelink app connects you to your car via your smartphone, so you can do everything from lock the doors and check on your battery's charge, or preheat your vehicle on cold days… and much, much more. Read on to discover more below.

        1. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: remote climate settings.

          Remote climate setting.

          Too cold outside? No problem. Kona Electric lets you schedule a time that you would like to pre-heat your car, defrost your windows and activate your steering wheel heating electrically when connected to an external power source – like at home in your garage. This is comfy and also saves battery power that would be needed later to heat the car on the road.

        2. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: Distance to empty.

          Distance to Empty (DTE).

          Before you get on the road, check the distance you can cover with your Hyundai's current charge.

        3. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: charging schedule.

          Charging schedule.

          The Bluelink app provides access and control over your electric Hyundai's charging schedule. Manage it to ensure the best battery life and electricity rates. And that your car is fully charged when you are ready to go, of course.

        4. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: charging limits.

          Charging limits.

          Override default setting. Take total control of charging your electric Hyundai. You can decide the limits for fast and overall charging - if you want to.

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        1. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: last mile navigation.

          Last Mile Navigation.

          Finish navigating on foot. If you are within 200 m - 2 km, you can hand over navigation from the car to the Bluelink app. With augmented reality, your phone will then guide you exactly where you want to go.

        2. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: destination send to car.

          Destination send to car.

          If your new Kona is equipped with navigation, you can use the Bluelink app to search for destinations while outside of your car. Bluelink then syncs the route into your navigation system. Just get in and press go.

        3. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: find my car.

          Find my car.

          Forgot where you parked? Just open the Bluelink app to see the current location of your car – anywhere in the world.

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        1. screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: unlocking the car.

          Remote door lock & unlock.

          Forget to lock your Hyundai? Don’t worry, the car will let you know by sending a push notification to your phone. Then, using your PIN, you can lock or unlock your Hyundai by using a button in the Bluelink app.

        2. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: alarm notifications.

          Alarm notification.

          Bluelink always keeps an eye on your car. If someone tries to break into your new Kona – the door lock is compromised and the door is opened – it will send a push-notification to your smartphone.

        3. Screenshot of bluelink app on the iPhone: car health information.

          Car health information.

          For more peace of mind, you can run a remote diagnostic check from the Bluelink app. The vehicle report can show information on tyre pressure, malfunction indicator, airbags, brake system and more.

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        Safety

        Cutting-edge safety and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.

        Because nothing’s more important than the safety of your loved ones, we gave the new Kona Electric an upgrade. With Hyundai SmartSense, our cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, it has been updated with the very latest safety and driving assist features for added peace of mind.

        Discover more of the new KONA Electric.