Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh

Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh

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Make: Hyundai
Year(s): 2019

Cost per mile of range: $174.5 per mile

(Base price divided by total range)

Horsepower: 201.2 hp
Torque: 292 lb/ft
Seats: 5
Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh
Body Type = SUV
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) grew in popularity in the early 1990s due to the Ford Explorer making insane sales figures. However, due to their gas-guzzling qualities, their popularity wained over time, but with the advent of electric vehicles (EVs) hitting the market, EV SUVs have grown in popularity once again due to the Tesla Model X and Audi e-Tron SUVs being perceived well by critics and fans alike.
Drive Train = FWD
Front Wheel Drive or FWD for short means the car's drivetrain is delivered by the front axel of the car. Cars that are FWD are generally more nimble and responsive which suits body styles like crossovers and hatchbacks. FWD cars generally get better mileage (EV or Gas/Petrol) which makes them popular in Europe or areas where roads are narrow and fuel is expensive.

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Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh Overview

What Separates Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh 2019

The Hyundai Kona range being a successor for the Ioniq range is a vast improvement both in terms of range, price and things like speed and size combined making it a true SUV mid-level range.

So as the name goes this is an improved variant of the Kona Electric 39 kwh – making it hold more charge in battery and be availabel sooner. This makes Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh 2019 a slightly improved version of the standard variant in the range of Kona models as it centers on being an all-around car offering decent enough metrics ar a moderate enough cost.

So to see how exactly good it is compared to other EVs on the market and other variants of cheaper tiers, it is crucial to see specific metrics. Based on that the comparison between the Hyundai Kona differences with other variants in the range come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Pretty quick as a sports variant option is supposed to be at 7.4 secs to 6o miles – staying thus the same as the standard mid-tier Kona Electric 2019 edition. Still it has something on it as it improves with a very much ein the industry EPA certified electric range of 258 miles. This range is probably the biggest reason for people to be excited as it is now making it an industry level top-tier EV ready to roll out and drive fast and far.

On its charging capabilities this range boastsa lot and the metrics are as follows:

Level 1 Charging Time (120V) 2.5 days
Level 2 Charging Time (240V) 9 hours and 35 minutes
DC Fast Charging Time (SAE Combo / CCS connector) 80 percent in 54 minutes


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About The Kona Electric
The Hyundai Kona Range When Tesla made sure that the EV market of personal use cars at an affordable price is here to stay presentnig its mass-production Model S, absolutely every other big player on the market took notice and the South Korean Hyundai was one of the first established brands to do so. With Ioninq being its first truly big and mass-production Ev range, this Kona range is meant to combine both the affordability and considerably high power and performance packed into this 5-door subcompact crossover SUV comparable to Tesla Model X and somewhat Model S. A more of a family-sized car with a spin on features satisfying both for soccer moms and more avid solo drivers looking for a sizeable EV to roam around in, the Kona range has surely put the Hyundai brand in the EV game. Having limited this range to one car type unlike Audi with its e-tron, the Hyundai Kona is a true, alsmost full-size SUV targeting both regular habitual drivers just as well as more flamboyant EV lovers looking for size advantage over the likes of BMW i3. Its FWD with 1 to 2 motors depending on the specific variant of the range is best compared to say such bigger models like Tesla Model S or Tesla Model X. With such a big competitor as Tesla in customers' sight it surely requires a direct comparison of this all-electric range and the market-leading Tesla. So comparing how technically and technologically, not even mentioning comfort wise did this range get to Tesla it does indeed get pretty close. A very quick look at the specs in the range shows how an idea of a futuristic and high-performing EV became a reality for the Hyundai brand fans as well. Never forget though that while the looks and the comfort of the cabin are important factors the specs are everything. Based on just judging the Kona range on the merit of it specs and metrics, let's take a look at the fact that depending on the variant its EPA certified electric range and starts o to 60 at around 7.4 seconds which is not much at all - but where it lacks in max speed or acceleration or other show-off features, it gains in range. Additonal performance metrics that make it truly stand out from the rest including the ever so important for EVs range, so when the journey has already begun, it will deliver you as far as the official EPA rated range of up to 258 mi without a single recharge. This makes it truly stand out in its class as costing a fair price it lacks in speed, yet its range is a very nice solution for any long-distance travelers in or out of the city allowing it to compete with other brands who offer same size SUVs but at a higher cost. Be sure to check out its multiple top features such as:
  • Driver-selectable regenerative-braking setup s
  • Multiple high-resolution screens

  • Class-high cargo volume

  • Driver-assistance features#
  • One-pedal driving
which combined make for a very satifsfying effect on the road. We can agree that the looks do matter just as much - meaning that the constantly updated range has both a very futuristic body form as a hatchback and a very minimalistic yet stylish interior finsh with some premium options.
Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh
About Hyundai
This Korean maker has been known alike to many other Asian car makers as more of a European-style manufacturer with a focus on hatchbacks, minis and smaller sedans. Yet their all-electric EV venture is now showcases their diversity on this brand new market as well as their Ioniq and Kona ranges do focus on the same body style and deliver results just as consistent.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Hyundai Kona Electric 64 kWh

The 0-60 time of this car is 7.9 seconds.

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