Hyundai Kona 2019 electronic is going to be the first vehicle that the manufacturer gets for the Indian car market. The car will be introduced in late-2019. The manufacturer will be launching the forthcoming compact SUV – the Hyundai Venue in the month of May this year followed up by a renovated version of the Hyundai Tucson.
The Kona electric will take either the CKD route. Hyundai will be offering this new SUV for the Indian car market at a lower price, a CBU would be more expensive. This will be much more inexpensive and practical choice than Ionic.
Hyundai will be offering this new SUV for the Indian car market at an inexpensive price. This will be much more inexpensive and practical choice than Ionic. The affordable pricing should favor the Kona electronic.
If the corporation goes fast with this electronic car, then expect it by mid-2019. This will be a brand-new car and does not share any type of platform with other products. Furthermore, the electric battery pack will make it a complete import.
The Hyundai Kona 2019 electronic will look no different from its petrol and diesel siblings. There is a big trapezoidal front grille with honeycomb mesh. The side profile is well chiseled with crisp lines running across.
Stylish all-black interiors complement the external styling. There is big touchscreen extend like a tab. There are other elements like a new-generation steering wheel, climate control and all the bells and whistles you need in an SUV. There will be space for five and above adequate ample headroom and knee room in both the rows.
In contrast to the standard Kona SUV, the Hyundai Kona 2019 electronic gets delicate visual differences outside.
Hyundai claims that the battery pack has been integrated into the SUVs’ platform with no compromising on inner space, even though the charging cable at the rear has caused the car’s original 373-liter boot space to drop to 332 litres.
The Hyundai Kona 2019 electronic is meant to be a statement to show Hyundai’s dedication to an EV future. This means that it is not anticipated to sell in big numbers. Hyundai plans to keep a framed target of about 50-60 units each month.
Nonetheless, the Korean brand is looking at locally assembling the Kona EV using CKD units in order to keep costs down.
The Kona will not face rivalry from its own segment immediately but from the electronic vehicles that will come at an affordable price and will be more inexpensive. MG, Kia, Mahindra, and various manufacturers are planning electronic SUVs for India soon.