- The new Hyundai Kona features a sleek, sophisticated design and will be available for the first time with N Line sports trim - The new line of powertrains includes options that reach new levels of performance and efficiency, including mild hybrid 48-volt technology that is now standard for all diesel engines and optional for the 1.0-liter TGDI engine - Upgrades to connectivity and convenience, including the latest Hyundai Bluelink technology and an improved safety package - New tuning updates make the new Kona more comfortable to drive - The new Hyundai Kona in Croatia is expected in late 2020. The refreshed design of the new Hyundai Kone brings the optional N Line sports trim for the first time - giving it a dynamic new look. The line of powertrains has also been improved, offering many sports and environmental options. Upgraded connectivity and convenience features make for an even more enjoyable road experience. All this and more make the new Hyundai Kona an even better product for European customers. Kona has been a success story for Hyundai in Europe since its launch in 2017 and has a rapidly growing market share. Within just three years, the B-SUV became one of Hyundai’s most popular models in Europe, selling more than 228,000 units. She is the winner of the iF Award for Design 2018, the Red Dot Award for 2018, the IDEA Award for Design 2018 and much more, and her design is consistently praised by both customers and the profession. year and has a rapidly growing market share. Within just three years, the B-SUV became one of Hyundai’s most popular models in Europe, selling more than 228,000 units. She is the winner of the iF Design Award 2018, the Red Dot Award 2018, the IDEA Design Award 2018 and much more, and her design is consistently praised by both customers and the profession. year and has a rapidly growing market share. Within just three years, the B-SUV became one of Hyundai’s most popular models in Europe, selling more than 228,000 units. She is the winner of the iF Design Award 2018, the Red Dot Award 2018, the IDEA Design Award 2018 and much more, and her design is consistently praised by both customers and the profession.
Kona plays a key role in Hyundai’s electrification strategy, combining electrified powertrains with a stylish sub-compact SUV body type. It was the first Hyundai SUV available with a range of electrified powertrains, including a hybrid and fully electric version. In March, Hyundai began production of Kone Electric at its Czech manufacturing facility, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Czech (HMMC). Now Hyundai is expanding the electrification of the Kona series by introducing 48-volt mild hybrid technology to diesel and gasoline engines. Kona N Line With the latest improvements, the Kona will be available for the first time as an N Line version, combining driving fun and an emotion-evoking look. The Hyundai Kona N Line stands out with its sporty front and rear, body-colored trim and specific design wheels. The front end of the Kone N Line is characterized by the dynamic features of the front bumper, harmoniously connected and uniform to the bodywork of the wheel arch trim. The N Line version features a distinctive N-style aerodynamic plate. The interior is now available with the N Line color package with fabric, leather or suede seats. In addition, distinctive red stitching, metal pedals and the N logo on the gearbox and on the seats add to the sporty look and feel. In its dimensions, the new Kona is 40 mm longer than the previous version, giving it a more elegant and dynamic look to balance its wide, powerful visual stance. The new Kona comes with five new exterior colors, including Surfy Blue, Dive in Jeju, Ignite Flame, Cyber Gray and Misty Jungle. Each color can be combined with a two-tone roof Phantom Black. The two-tone roof also comes with matching mirror housings. This contributes to a sporty and elegant look, and gives customers more opportunities for personalization and expression. Technology A novelty in this model is the 10.25-inch digital cluster, first seen in the all-new i20. In addition, the new Kona also comes with an optional 10.25-inch AVN display, bringing with it new connectivity features. The new AVN screen comes with a split screen function and multiple Bluetooth connections. It comes with the latest Bluelink upgrade, which includes user profile, navigation, live parking information and more. Customers can have a personalized user profile that can be transferred to other Hyundai vehicles that offer the same feature. Navigating the last miles helps customers continue their journey to their final destination even after parking the car, using augmented reality or Google Maps. Connected Routing is Hyundai's cloud-based navigation system. Live parking information provides users with information about the location and price of available parking spaces nearby. In addition, the latest Bluelink update includes Free Text Search for users who enter addresses or points of interest. The new Kona is also equipped with additional voice recognition features. Drivers can activate and control features such as air conditioning, heated rear window and side mirrors, as well as heated steering wheel with a simple voice command. As standard, the new Kona is equipped with a Display Audio system. It has also been upgraded to wireless Android Auto and Apple Car Playem,