The 2024 Hyundai Kona electric stands out from the standard Kona because of its futuristic appearance. For 2024, Kona redesigned. Hyundai introduced its small crossover SUV, the Kona, in 2017. The Kona is Hyundai’s first vehicle to be constructed on the new Hyundai Compact Global Platform and the company’s first vehicle to have a battery-electric drivetrain. All of Kona’s sophisticated features and functionalities are accessible through the screen, which is svelte and simple to use. The appearance of the Kona is sleek and contemporary, and it comes in a variety of colors and wheel configurations.
There are seven trim levels for the 2024 Hyundai Kona, a small SUV. The SE is the entry-level trim, and the Limited Hybrid is the top-tier trim. The SE trim’s starting price is $25,000. Although the Limited trim’s starting price is not yet known, we anticipate it to be approximately $34,000. Although a release date for the Kona is not yet known, we anticipate it will happen towards the end of 2023.
The 2024 Hyundai Kona will come equipped with front and rear cupholders, remote keyless entry, power rear windows, a manual tilt steering column, an illuminated glove box, a driver foot-rest, complete carpet flooring, and carpet floor trim as standard features. The exterior of the 2024 Hyundai Kona will be updated in 2024. The front and rear bumpers will match the vehicle’s color. Body-colored door knobs will be used. The aluminum spare wheel will take the place of the steel one. Aluminum panels will take the place of the completely galvanized steel panels.
The most notable change is the addition of dual 12.3-inch displays. This replaces the standard 7-inch display and the optional 8-inch display. The dual 12.3-inch displays provide the driver and front passenger with access to all of Kona’s infotainment and connectivity features.
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