Hyundai officially unveils updated Hyundai Kona and Kona N-LineOctober 16, 2020
The official debut of two Korean new cars Hyundai Kona and Kona N-Line in the local market took place.
Today, October 16, Hyundai Motor Company introduced the new Kona and Kona N-Line models to its local market in South Korea. The new car is an improved version of the Kona crossover launched back in 2017 and features sleeker styling, dynamic handling and the promised best-in-class fuel economy.
The new Hyundai Kona has increased in length by 40 mm, and the fresh design emphasizes the horizontal structure of the front and rear. Inside, there is an infotainment system with a large 10.25-inch screen and digital dashboard that emphasize the high-tech image. The center panel makes the interior more spacious.
In addition to its existing gasoline and hybrid models, Hyundai Motor Company has unveiled the N-Line with a revised exterior for the first time. The petrol and N-Line models are equipped with a 1.6-liter Smartstream Gasoline turbo engine, which uses the latest developments of the brand’s engineers.
The maximum power of the power unit is 198 horsepower, an increase of 20 horsepower over the original 1.6 Turbo. Despite the increased performance of the Kona N-Line, fuel consumption is 13.9 km / l, which is 8.6% more than the existing Kona model.
In addition, it has the highest level of sound insulation in its class thanks to the addition of a double front windshield with acoustic foil, as well as sound absorbing and insulating materials.
Hyundai Motor’s new Kona starts at 20.31 million won to 27.16 million won for gasoline models, 23.64 million won to 28.1 million won for hybrid models. N-line version will cost from 24.6 million won to 28.14 million won.
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