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Hyundai Kona Electric REVIEW (Kauai) - Autogefühl

In today’s Autogefühl's episode, Brian presents you the Hyundai Kona Electric. As always we cover exterior, interior, engines. Promised range of the bigger battery: 300 miles / 470 km Related videos ►Autogefuehl Hyundai reviews: ►FULL REVIEWS 2018 Q1 ►FULL REVIEWS 2017 Q4 Moldy Lotion by Light-foot Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library How to support Autogefühl? ►Subscribe and/or bookmark our direct channel: ►Support us on Patreon: ►Exclusive supporter: Ajlan Saeed What is Thomas wearing? ► Noah shoes Autogefühl viewers get a 17 % shoe discount with the following code: Autogefuehl-17 ► Alpina watches ► Startimer Pilot Big Date, Seastrong Diver 300 Big Date, Startimer Pilot Automatic, Startimer Pilot GMT quartz(wristlets in Metal, Rubber and Synthetic are offered) Social Media & Blog ►Facebook: ►Twitter: ►Instagram: ►German Blog: Autogefühl is your no. 1 resource for in-depth car reviews and your no. 1 community to discuss cars.” Each year we present you 150 cars from every segment and from a wide range of brands. If you have any suggestion, just write a comment or contact us on our other socials. Even if you have further remarks, just let us know.

2018 Hyundai Kona - Review

With its quirky styling, the Kona is set to perk up some fun. Choose from a 147-hp 2.0-liter inline-four with a six-speed automatic transmission or a 175-hp turbo 1.6-liter inline-four with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard; all-wheel drive is optional with both engines. A standard 7.0-inch touchscreen includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; an 8.0-inch unit with navigation and wireless charging is optional. An all-electric version is expected to debut in 2019. 2018 Hyundai Kona We're glad they didn't name it Fargo. The latest addition to Hyundai’s lineup in the United States, the Kona is not only the automaker’s first foray into the popular subcompact-crossover segment but also its first crossover in recent history to be named after a locale that’s not in the American Southwest. While the larger Tucson and even larger Santa Fe models evoke visions of dry desert scenes, the Kona trades on the tropical, breezy imagery of the Big Island of Hawaii located some 3000 miles to the west. More than just a catchy name, the Kona sports body lines said to be inspired by the flow of molten lava, which also stands as a visual metaphor for the active lifestyle of its target demographic. -Highs Tight build and rattle-free cabin, well-tuned dual-clutch automatic transmission. -Lows Some interior plastics not up to par, penalty-box rear seat. Clean-Sheet Design Riding on an all-new platform and assembled in Korea, the Kona is offered in four trim levels with two powertrains: The SE and SEL get a naturally aspirated, 147-hp 2.0-liter inline-four paired with a six-speed automatic, while the Limited and Ultimate use Hyundai’s 175-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter four with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. (A manual transmission is not on the menu.) Front-wheel drive is standard across the lineup; all-wheel drive is a $1300 option. Hyundai had only top-trim Ultimate versions on hand for our drive in the car’s namesake Kona district on the Big Island. The 164.0-inch-long Kona is a foot shorter than the next-in-line Tucson, yet its 102.4-inch wheelbase gives up only 2.7 inches to the next-size-larger Hyundai, resulting in a much shorter rear overhang. The chunky look is amplified by bulky fender cladding that extends to the headlamps in the front—those thin, upper strip lamps are LED running lights—and to the turn-signal and reverse lamps in the back. Hyundai says the front styling was inspired by an ancient helmet used by Spartan warriors and, in concert with the rest of the exterior features, embodies a Smart Armor design theme. Um, okay. Our Ultimate-trim example was fitted with 18-inch aluminum wheels wearing Goodyear Eagle Touring all-season tires; the base SE gets 16-inch alloys, while the SEL and Limited ride on 17-inchers. Although the Kona is shorter than competitors—the 166.6-inch-long Jeep Renegade comes close while the Subaru Crosstrek dwarfs it at 175.5 inches—Hyundai put great effort into the interior packaging. The front seats have more than enough elbow and shoulder room for anyone this side of a sumo wrestler, and the center console is svelte enough to encourage manspreading of salacious proportions. Officially, the Kona offers 39.6 inches of headroom (38.0 inches with the optional sunroof) and 55.5 inches of shoulder room in the front, but it somehow manages to feel significantly more accommodating than the Honda HR-V with its 39.5- and 56.8-inch measurements. Rear-seat space is a bit compromised, however. Although there’s plenty of head and shoulder room for six-footers, they’ll need to remove their legs at the knees before entering the rear doors. Materials quality varies from “say, these cloth-and-leather front seats are comfortable and supportive” to “some of the plastics are making me kind of sad.” While none of the cars in this segment offer awe-inspiring polymers, the cheap bits stand out in the Kona because the remainder of the interior is finished to a reasonably high standard. Shoppers drawn to the Kona’s Lime Twist exterior color can specify a leather interior with bright-lime accents on Limited and Ultimate trims for no additional charge. A contrasting roof in black or gray can be added to the SEL for $150. It’s Still a Car Full Review "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

Top 5 New Best SUV 2018

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Hyundai KONA Electric - Hands On - Infotainment, Interieur, Kofferraum

Mehr als eine halbe Stunde konnte ich den Hyundai KONA Elektro (Vorserienmodell) unter die Lupe nehmen. Konkret waren dies die Sitze, das Interieur, der Kofferraum, Infotainment, Instrumentcluster, Motorbereich. Auch Torque Pro kam zum Einsatz - lieferte aber keine brauchbaren Infos. Passende Ladelösungen für den Kona Electric:

NEW Hyundai Kona Electric 2019 INTERIOR

► Subscribe & Hit the 🔔 for more Car videos All-New Kona Electric You drive it. You electrify it. With the launch of the All-New Kona Electric, Hyundai Motor is offering the first fully-electric subcompact SUV on the European market. The All-New Kona Electric is a car of no compromise, combining Hyundai’s progressive SUV style and a zero-emission electric powertrain. The new model in Hyundai’s eco line-up is available with two different powertrain versions, offering an outstanding range of up to 470 kilometres. The first fully-electric subcompact SUV features a unique exterior design with closed grille and a dedicated centre console in the interior for intuitive operation of the shift-by-wire module. The All-New Kona Electric carries the same expressive design and 'go-anywhere' attitude of the regular Kona. Thanks to its roominess, the All-New Kona Electric is a versatile car, making it suitable for everyday use. The new seven-inch supervision cluster provides relevant driving information, additionally the combiner head-up display projects it directly to the driver’s line of sight. The All-New Kona Electric offers a wide range of active Hyundai SmartSense safety features. With the All-New Kona Electric, Hyundai Motor is offering the first fully-electric subcompact SUV on the European market combining the two hottest automotive trends - eco-mobility and SUV style. Hyundai Motor is already leading in future mobility solutions. By launching our All-New Kona Electric, we are pushing our ambitious eco car strategy forward. It's a car of no compromise - combining an SUV body type with electric-mobility. It represents Hyundai's progressive character. With Hyundai Motor, the future is now! Established SUV brand with a progressive mind set The All-New Kona Electric is the latest addition to the successful family reinforcing the company’s leadership in the eco-car segment. It merges the strengths of SUV with the power of electric powertrains. Hyundai is the first automotive brand in Europe to make a fully-electric subcompact SUV available to everyone. By already offering the broadest range of powertrains, Hyundai is at the forefront of eco-mobility. The company marketed the first mass-produced fuel-cell vehicle, the ix35 Fuel Cell, and recently introduced its successor, the All-New NEXO. Additionally, the IONIQ is the first car available with three different electric powertrains in one body type. Winning several prestigious accolades from media and industry organisations, the IONIQ is one of the most awarded eco-cars in Europe. The success story of Hyundai’s SUV range began 17 years ago with the launch of the Santa Fe. Since 2001 Hyundai has sold more than 1.5 million units of Santa Fe, Grand Santa Fe, Tucson and All-New Kona in Europe. They all carry the dynamic, progressive style of Hyundai and make it an established brand in this still-growing segment. A car of no compromise The All-New Kona Electric enables customers to combine the two fastest growing automotive trends – electrification and SUV style. It carries the same expressive design and 'go-anywhere' attitude of the regular Kona. The fully-electric version reflects the individual lifestyle of modern customers who, benefit from great fun-to-drive and the low environmental impact of a fully-electric car. The completely new platform of the Kona enables a space-saving integration of the battery packs without compromising the roominess. The power of All-New Kona Electric: You define it. The All-New Kona Electric features two different powertrain versions, offering customers one of the most powerful electric motors. The long-range battery version provides driving range of up to 470 kilometres*, delivering a maximum output of 204 PS (150 kW). With a battery capacity of 39,2 kWh, the basic version drives up to 300km* on a single charge with the motor delivering 135PS (99 kW). With 395 Nm of immediate torque and an acceleration of 7.6 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, the All-New Kona Electric provides a real fun-to-drive experience. Progressive design The All-New Kona Electric adopts the expressive-looking and powerful front from the regular Kona. The key design differentiator is the closed grille which gives a clean and stylish appearance, while also enhancing aerodynamics. Another characteristic element of the front design is the Composite Light enhancing the visual impact, with the LED Daytime Running Lights positioned on top of the LED headlights. The Kona Electric’s two-tone roof and the choice of seven distinctive exterior colours underline the personal style of its driver. #flashcar lf85 If you love cars you should subscribe now to FlashCar the world famous automotive channel:

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