The Hyundai Kona EV was one of the first pure electric affordable SUVs. Kona electric, however, is also distinguished for its excellent energy consumption and as a car it is complete in almost all sectors.
In the video below from YouTube channel fullychargedshow, Robert Llewellyn explains the pro’s and con’s of the Hyundai Kona EV after 20,000 miles of driving in UK.
The Kona EV’s battery capacity is 64 kWh, but like any modern electric vehicle (BEV) the capacity is bigger. This ensures smooth battery operation and longevity since it must not be completely empty or completely full.
Hyundai’s electric SUV has according to WLTP Ratings has 449 km of range. Also the rated consumption amounts to 15.4 kWh/100km while in the city with mild-weather can achieve almost 600 km range.
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For acceleration 0-100 km/h it takes 7.6 sec while its total performance is at 150 kW or 204 HP. The top speed is at 167 km/h while the drive is transmitted on the front wheels.
Description from video :
Is the Kona still a game changing car? Robert sure thought so back in November 2018, does he still feel the same way? Robert tells us about the pro’s and con’s with the Kona and gives us his review and feedback after 20,000 miles of UK driving.