You drive it. You electrify it.
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P11D from £30,695
BIK from 13%
5 year unlimited mileage warranty
Hyundai Roadside Assistance
5 annual vehicle health checks
*Relates to 64 kWh battery, dependent on driving conditions. ^price includes current government grant.
Images shown not to UK specification
The Black interior available across the range offers cloth upholstery on
SE and Premium models, with leather seat facings on Premium SE models.
The three-tone blue and grey leather interior is available as an option on Premium SE models with Ceramic Blue, Chalk White and Galactic Grey exterior colours.
The sporty steering wheel includes ergonomically positioned controls, so you can stay connected and operate car systems while driving safely. Premium SE models also offer a heated version for even more comfort.
The innovative 7” digital instrument cluster indicates drive mode and clearly monitors energy flow and battery charge level. One glance is all it takes to see how your driving style is influencing your driving range.
Everything you need, right at your fingertips. Shift seamlessly between drive, neutral, reverse, or activate the parking brake using buttons conveniently located within the centre console.
Featuring outstanding luminance for easy visibility, head-up display on Premium SE
helps you stay safe by projecting important information like speed,
navigation commands, and warnings right into your line of sight.
The 8” touch screen on Premium and above integrates 3D navigation, media and connectivity features. It comes with a free 7-year subscription to LIVE Services, with real-time traffic, weather, and POI information. It also features Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ so you can connect your smartphone and have your music, phone and app functions up on the main screen.
Apple CarPlay™ is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
Android Auto™ is a registered trademark of Google Inc.
The figures shown above refer to the 64 kWh battery version available on Premium models and above. * All figures calculated are under WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) regulations, which measure fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. Range dependent on ambient temperature, battery state of charge and condition, driving style, vehicle payload, vehicle electronics, heating and climate settings
** Up to 80% state of charge, if charged at a 50 kW DC charging station
Lightning quick off the line thanks to the 395 Nm of instant torque delivered through the all-electric powertrain, this sporty SUV accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in only 7.6 seconds in the 64 kWh version. You define your preferred range by selecting from two battery versions: the 39 kWh version with up to 180 miles on the WLTP cycle and 279 miles in 64 kWh version.
Pick your power: the 39 kWh version
comes with 100 kW (the equivalent of 136PS)
with a top speed of 96 mph.
The 64 kWh version offers 150 kW (204PS)
with a top speed of 104 mph.
Output 100 kw (136 ps) 150 kw (204 ps)
Hyundai decided to use a lithium-ion polymer battery pack for the Kona Electric instead of
conventional nickel-metal hybrid batteries. This provides lower memory sensitivity and excellent
charge and discharge efficiency, along with outstanding maximum output.
A newly developed Battery Thermal Management system in KONA Electric
also enables higher battery efficiency and a longer battery life.
It's water cooled through the connection to the
A/C system and heated by an electric heating element. Driving range and battery capacity Up to 180 miles / 39 kWh Up to 279 miles / 64 kWh
Maximise your driving range with KONA Electric’s regenerative braking systems, which lets you charge
the battery by using the electric motor to slow the car.
Regenerative braking is not in operation
and the battery is not being charged.
Car decelerates slightly using the electric motor,
and charging strength is the lowest.
Car decelerates faster than level 1 ,
and charging strength is stronger than level 1.
Car decelerates faster than level 2 ,
and charging strength is stronger than level 2.
Braking is optimised to get the most out of the regenerative 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.
Pull the left paddle shifter and hold to activate maximum strength
regenerative 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.
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.
The Smart regenerative braking system utilizes the on-board radar sensor to automatically control the level of
regenerative braking to react to the traffic ahead. Additionally, it also detects if the KONA Electric is driving up or downhill
and adjusts accordingly.
Electric cars are close to silent. While this helps reduces road noise, contributing to more pleasant,
liveable cities, it can also present a possible hazard to pedestrians, who tend to take the sound of silence
as an all-clear to cross the road. That’s why the KONA Electric is equipped with a melodic driving sound,
announcing its presence to pedestrians, cyclists and the blind.
KONA Electric has plug types to suit your grid connection at home, or the types of fast-charging stations you have access to.
KONA Electric is equipped with an in-cable control box charging cable that you can plug right into a normal wall socket. This charging cable is intended for emergency use only.
Charging Time to 95%:
19h for 39kWh battery / 31h for 64kWh
Many drivers of electric vehicles choose to have a wall mounted charging point installed at home for faster charging vs. a normal ‘trickle charge’ wall socket. These units are fused independently from the household circuit.
POD Point is Hyundai’s preferred partner for domestic charge points and features £500 (including VAT) of government support towards purchase and installation
Charging Time @ 7,2kW:
6:10h for 39kWh battery / 9:35h for 64kWh)
The charging cable connects KONA Electric to public AC charging points. This cable can also be used to connect to a home wall box. Depending upon the service provider, public AC chargers can have
a range of outputs.
For the fastest possible recharging, KONA Electric can be charged
at direct current (DC) rapid charger stations.
Charging Time @ 50kW (80%SOC):
57min for 39kWh battery/ 75 min for 64kWh)
This smart system maintains a set distance from the car in front, automatically reducing or increasing speed to a pre-set limit according to traffic conditions. When the car comes to a standstill in traffic, the SSC monitor will look out for movement; when movement is detected, you’ll be prompted to tap the accelerator to reactive the cruise control.
The All-New Kona Electric is fitted with AEB with pedestrian detection, an advanced active safety feature that alerts drivers to emergency situations, braking automatically if required. Using front radar and camera sensors, AEB operates in three stages. Initially warning the driver visually and acoustically, it controls the brake according to the collision danger level, and applies maximum braking force to avoid a collision or minimise damage when a collision is unavoidable. The system is activated when a vehicle or pedestrian is sensed in front of the car, operating at speeds of 5 mph or above.
Using the rear corner radar, RCTA reduces the risk of collision with approaching traffic when reversing out of narrow areas with low visibility. Using radar to scan a 180-degree area behind the vehicle for approaching cross traffic, RCCW alerts the driver visually and audibly.
The KONA Electric Premim and Premium SE feature LFA. When activated, it keeps the SUV centred in its lane at speeds between 0 and 70 mph (functional up to 93 mph where permitted) on highways and city streets.
Standard on KONA Electric, LKA uses the front camera to monitor the lines of the road. In case of an unintended lane departure, it will warn the driver and can apply counter steering torque to guide the car back to the lane.
Also using radar, BSD monitors the rear corners and, if another vehicle is detected, a visual alert appears on the exterior mirrors. If the driver then activates the indicators, an audible signal is emitted.
Price including current customer saving
Recommended on the road price includes £3,500 government incentive which is subject to change.
Galactic Grey metallic paint is included as standard, at no additional cost. Two Tone Roof option available on Premium and Premium SE only.
These figures were obtained after the battery had been fully charged. The Kona Electric is a battery electric vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. There is a new test for fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures. The electric range shown was achieved using the new test procedure. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. *These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. Find out more here