The Hyundai KONA Electric will have a driving range of up to 300 miles and will be available from £29,495, not including the £4,500 Plug-In Car Grant (PICG). So that means you could buy one from £24,995, and it will be available to order from 2 August 2018.
The Hyundai KONA Electric is the latest electrified model from Hyundai, joining both the IONIQ family and the forthcoming NEXO as the brand drives towards 18 new electrified models by 2025. It brings the very latest in battery electric powertrain and connected technology, with a driving range of up to 300 miles.
Prices will start from £29,495 (excluding Plug In Car Grant) for the Hyundai KONA Electric SE 39kWh. The Hyundai KONA Electric Premium 39kWh is the next model up in the range, which starts from £30,870 (excluding Plug In Car Grant).
The Hyundai KONA Electric Premium is available with two drivetrains; the 39kWh battery with 100kW motor providing 136PS, or the 64kWh battery with 150kW motor with 204PS – offering a potential 300 mile range.
The range-topping Kona Electric Premium SE 64kWh is available from £36,295; with the £4,500 Plug In Car Grant, this would take the price down to £31,795.
The maximum potential EV driving range for the 39kWh model is 194 miles.
Estimated charging time from 0-100% using a 7kW wallbox is 6 hours 10 minutes for the 39kWh battery or 9 hours 35 minutes for the 64kWh model.
The Hyundai KONA Electric is available in a choice of 6 colours. Galactic Grey (metallic) is a no cost option finish, with Chalk White (pearl), Tangerine Comet (metallic), Ceramic Blue (pearl), Pulse Red (pearl) and Acid Yellow (metallic) being a £565 option. A two-tone roof is available to order as a £420 option on the Premium & Premium SE models.
The Hyundai KONA Electric will initially be available to order exclusively from Hyundai’s Click to Buy website with rollout across the dealer network in 2019.