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Fully Charged! New Hyundai Kona Electric to offer 300-mile range

Hyundai Kona

It’s only March but we are already looking forward to a year packed with new arrivals here at JT Hughes Hyundai.

The latest coming of the Hyundai Kona Electric, which will make its grand entrance at the JT Hughes showroom in Shrewsbury this summer, is certainly up there with the most eagerly anticipated.

We have just received some exciting news on the new model well in advance of the launch.

It has been confirmed that the new Hyundai Kona Electric will lead SUVs into a new era of efficiency with a range of nearly 300 miles from its long range powertrain.

Hyundai Kona rear

300-mile range

This long range model possesses a battery capacity of 64kWh, while the alternative short range powertrain will offer a 186 mile range from its 39.2kWh battery capacity.

The enhanced range means your new Hyundai Kona Electric will push the boundaries of efficient driving, whether your adventures take you around the Shropshire and Mid Wales region, or the country.

If you were thinking that such an effective battery means that you are destined to spend hours by the charger – it is time to reconsider! That’s because the new Hyundai Kona Electric’s lithium-ion polymer battery only takes 54 minutes to fill up to 80 per cent, using the 100kW direct current (DC) fast charger.

Hyundai Kona side view

You also have the convenient option of a 7.2kW on-board alternating current (AC) charger, which is able to charge up the vehicle’s short and long range battery packs in a matter of hours.

While the mammoth range possessed by the pioneering battery-electric SUV can steal the headlines, we have lots more to tell you about the new Kona Electric.

Another triumph of efficiency is the adjustable regenerative braking system, which allows the driver to use paddle shifts behind the steering wheel to tweak the intensity of the brakes, while recuperating any additional energy which is available.

Inside the new Kona Electric you will discover a seven-inch supervision cluster displaying key information on driving performance, while a head-up display gives drivers the advantage of relevant information which is in their line of sight.

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Hyundai Kona Interiors

Hyundai Kona interiors

A Display Audio system - available with Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™ and Bluetooth connectivity - will give you the convenience of making your smart phone an in-car entertainment centre.

If you have driven a Hyundai Kona Electric from JT Hughes before, you will know that this is an SUV which has raised the bar for innovation, and the newest Kona Electric continues this legacy.

It is packed with the latest driving assistance and active safety technologies, such as; Blind Spot Detection including Rear Cross Traffic Alert, High Beam Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, and Speed Limit Information Function.

The new Hyundai Kona Electric will be a trend setting, fully electric, subcompact SUV which we can’t wait to welcome in to JT Hughes Hyundai later in the year.

As soon as we have further information on a specific launch date, you will be the first to know; and in the mean time JT Hughes customers can register their interest in the new Hyundai Kona Electric SUV by calling us today on 01743 450888.

bbsdw08 More than 4 years ago
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Williams More than 5 years ago
Pity no-one has replied to Keith Alexander. It's a question we'll all want to know. Of course, if it can tow it will reduce the mileage range, but, that won't usually be an issue.
Keith Alexander More than 6 years ago
300 Miles is very optimistic. I suggest you wait for some real world road test figures rather than risk disappointing people. 200 in the winter to 250 in summer is probably more realistic. 100KW chargers do not exist in the UK yet unfortunately, however approx 1 hour to 80% on the handful of existing rapid Charges in Shropshire is achievable already. Will the Kona EV have the ability to tow a small trailer?
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