2023 Kona EV Review

The 2023 kona ev is a fully redesigned, high-tech electric SUV from a brand that’s expanding its green offerings. Slotted below the Ioniq 5 and 6 electric models, it’s available with two battery sizes and a class-leading warranty.

Hyundai has given the second-generation Kona a radical design with a wraparound front light strip that nods to EV trends, plus a roomier interior and more rear legroom than before. Its spacious, high-tech cabin has dual 12.3-inch screens that join at the hip to create one seamless digital panel – half of which acts as a digital instrument cluster and the other as the infotainment display.

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You can connect your Kona to a standard 110-volt household outlet and it will recharge in about 10 hours, but it is primarily designed as an EV. That’s why it has a 7.2-kW onboard charger and is capable of fast-charging at DC stations around Europe. A heating system is also standard, which could prove handy during the winter.

Depending on the size of the battery you choose, the Kona EV can achieve up to 261 miles of range, or more if you select the more powerful model. It’s also available with a number of safety features, including automatic emergency braking that can detect cars, bikes and pedestrians. It’s a feature you can switch off or on, but it’s a good idea to have it enabled for urban driving where you might want the extra help in avoiding collisions.