Tag: Hyundai Kona

2021 Hyundai Kona Electric Now Available In Australia In Two Trim Levels

The facelifted 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric has just touched down in Australia a few months after launching in other markets around the world. Two variants of the Kona Electric will be available Down Under: the Elite and the flagship Highlander. Both feature the same mechanical components, meaning a 64 kWh battery pack coupled to a […]

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2021 Hyundai Kona Electric And Ioniq Electric Get 250 kWh Of Free Charging

Hyundai has committed to providing 250 kilowatt-hours of complimentary Electrify America ultra-fast charging for owners of the 2021 Kona Electric and 2021 Ioniq Electric. Owners of the brand’s electric vehicles can use the network through the Electrify America smartphone app and according to Hyundai, 250 kWh of charging equals about 1,000 miles of EPA-estimated driving […]

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Revised 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric Arrives In Britain, Starts At £33,125

The Kona Electric is now on sale in the United Kingdom, with Hyundai releasing  official pricing and specs for the facelifted model. Available in the SE Connect, Premium and Ultimate trim levels, it can be ordered from £33,125 ($46,231) OTR, £34,475 ($48,115) for the mid-range grade and £40,375 ($56,349) for the top-of-the-line. The base trim […]

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New Hyundai Bayon Joins Range As Entry-Level Subcompact SUV

We’ve already seen its bold front and rear lights in a couple of teaser shots, but now the covers are fully off Hyundai’s supermini-based Bayon crossover. This high-riding B-segment hatch has been designed to take on cars like the Ford Puma, Volkswagen T-Cross and Nissan Juke, and is expected to cost from around £17,000 (equal […]

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Hyundai Confirms Kona EV Short Circuit Recall Affects 55,000 Vehicles Outside Of Korea, Cost $900 Million

We reported last week that Hyundai might have to recall up to 100,000 Kona EVs over a short circuit in the battery packs that could lead to a fire. Now, details about the fault’s impact outside of Korea are becoming available. A Hyundai representative told Car and Driver that approximately 55,000 vehicles outside of Korea […]

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Hyundai Could Replace Battery Packs Of All Kona EVs In Korea Due To Fire Risk

Hyundai may soon begin the arduous task of replacing the battery packs of up to 100,000 vehicles. Following a series of fires with the Hyundai Kona EV, Korean publication Aju News claims that the company will replace the battery packs of 77,000 Kona EVs, while also replacing the battery packs used by IONIQ PHEV and […]

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