New Hyundai KONA with sleek design in 2023  

South Korean portal Aju Economy reported in October 2021 that Hyundai Kona Electric will undergo a full model change. This was the first time we heard about his next-gen 2024 Hyundai Kona EV in the pipeline. Analysts are divided on the idea of keeping the Hyundai Kona Electric on the market beyond the first generation. Some think Hyundai should use it as a springboard for his Ioniq series models. As we discussed in the article’s conclusion, this may be the ultimatThe new Hyundai KONA with sleek design

Hyundai Kona

South Korean portal Aju Economy reported in October 2021 that Hyundai Kona Electric will undergo a full model change. This was the first time we heard about his next-gen 2024 Hyundai Kona EV in the pipeline. Analysts are divided on the idea of keeping the Hyundai Kona Electric on the market beyond the first generation. Some think Hyundai should use it as a springboard for his Ioniq series models. As we discussed in the article’s conclusion, this may be the ultimate fate of small electric SUVs, but for now it looks like there’s a second breakthrough.

Design of Hyundai KONA

The first spy footage of the new generation Hyundai Kona appeared on a South Korean car blog earlier this year. His 2024 Hyundai Kona, codenamed SX2, looks bigger than its predecessor, according to images taken in South Korea.

Aside from the size change, there appear to be some changes to Kona’s design language, with the prototype embodying Kona’s crossover his proportions with a tall roofline, roof his rails and square rear. New angles of his ORVM and machine-cut alloys are also observed in test prototypes.

Front

The Kona was the brand’s first model to feature composite headlights, commonly known as split headlights, and the second-generation model is set to carry on that feature. However, the model started with a horizontal bottom lamp. However, the 2024 Hyundai Kona will have vertical bottom (main) lamps like those found on the Palisade, Tucson, and other current Hyundai SUVs.

According to European spy footage shared online in early June 2022, the next-generation Hyundai Kona (and Kona EV) will feature vertical headlights unlike today’s cars’ horizontally stacked designs. . His DRL at full width should remain at hood level, but for proper lighting he assumes the cluster will house three horizontal light modules. Revised lights give the front of the vehicle an all-new look, giving the Kona EV 2024 his SUV-like look.

According to recent spy footage, the next-generation Kona Electric’s charging port will be on the front, similar to the current model. Placing the charging port in the grill area makes it easier to park directly when charging.

Rear

In October 2022, a spy image (viewed in Autospy) almost completely exposed the rear bumper of the next-gen Kona. The image featured a clean, monolithic design with few clean lines and sleek taillights that extended all the way into the shoulder area of the SUV.

Interior of Hyundai KONA

The next generation Hyundai Kona will be equipped with a new type of rear light. It has a thin light band that spans the entire width of the top, flanked by individual lamps consisting of turn signals, backlight, fog lights and reflectors. Centered on both ends, it emphasizes the breadth of the future SUV.

An imaginary rendering showing the new rear light structure of the next-generation Hyundai Kona EV. However, spy images of the Gas model suggest that the vertical light assembly behind the rear wheel hangar has reverse lights at the bottom rather than in the middle.

Interior of new KONA

The next-generation Hyundai Kona Electric will have a distinctly different interior design than the current model. A spy image published on thekoreancarbblog.com in late September shows the next-gen Kona with a new interior with elements borrowed from the Ioniq 5. It features a more modern dashboard, a dual display panel that includes a digital instrument cluster, a touchscreen infotainment system, and a new climate control panel made up of slimmer central climate vents, physical buttons, and a chunky new 3 It consists of one button. Similar to the Hyundai Nexo’s two-spoke unit, the spoked steering wheel with square center bolster.

The floor console has been completely redesigned and rebuilt and is divided into two areas. The more slanted front end eliminates the need to secure the wireless smartphone charging area with the top lid. At the bottom of this section is a sleek control panel with dials in the middle and switches on the sides. Hyundai has opted for a two-tone color scheme combining light gray and black to make the cabin look bright and comfortable.

Free-standing instrument cluster

Similar to the Ioniq 5, we see a large separate digital instrument cluster. Additionally, spy footage from thekoreancarblog.com released on February 1, 2022 shows a large ORVM on the left side, possibly with a speaker integrated into the A-pillar.

Physical button in Kona

On April 28, 2022, new spy images of Cochespeare surfaced revealing details of his 2024 Hyundai Kona his electric. Purists will appreciate that the cabin is not without physical buttons. There are many of them. The buttons under the infotainment have an aluminum-like finish, but are likely plastic. Controls allow customers to directly access specific features such as maps and media without navigating through touchscreen in menus.

There is also a climate control dial. This is another valuable addition that allows customers to adjust climate control settings without taking their eyes off the road. Knowing where the buttons are and how they feel will allow you to change the temperature without taking your eyes off the road. Many automakers have integrated climate settings into their infotainment or added second screen dedicated to climate settings to the center console.

Finally, the steering wheel also has seemingly elaborate buttons and dials for calls, audio, and ADAS. Customers can also use steering wheel-mounted controls to navigate through the various settings of the digital instrument cluster.

Rear vent and better rear knee room

The next-generation Kona Electric interior is finished in Light Gray. We see new door panels with slimmer grab handles, new rear air conditioning vents and a power passenger seat similar to the Ioniq 5.

South Korean YouTube channel Mocar has released spy footage revealing the insides of Kona Electric, scheduled for April 3, 2022. Pillar-mounted tweeters are also seen here, and the front seatbacks are slim, with plenty of rear knee room. There seems to be

Battery of KONA

Now that the Hyundai Kona 2024 is bigger, it should have better rear knee and shoulder room and cargo capacity, similar to the new Niro EV. However, the increase in dimensions may not be suitable for the range and can be improved at best nominally. Therefore, customers who need longer range should upgrade to Ioniq 5.

Like the Chevrolet Bolt EUV and Chevrolet Bolt, LG Chem’s defective battery cells caused Hyundai Kona Electric a big problem. But that doesn’t mean Hyundai will choose another supplier for Kona Electric’s next-generation battery cells. “Based on existing contracts, it would be difficult for Hyundai to completely exclude LG Chem’s products from its second-generation Kona Electric,” said an electric vehicle battery rep, according to a report in Aju Economy.

Manufacturing/Sales of new KONA

On November 7, 2022, Electronic Times Internet announced in an exclusive report that Hyundai will begin mass production of the next-generation Kona in late November 2022 for final quality testing. According to media reports, it will be produced at the Ulsan (Korea) No. 1 and Ulsan No. 3 plants, where the current model is produced. The company has suspended production at its Ulsan No. 3 plant several times in the first half of 2022 and built a new production line for the next-generation Kona. We will start manufacturing the regular and hybrid versions first, followed by the electric version.

Release date of new KONA

According to the Electronic Times web report above, Hyundai plans to launch the next-generation Kona in South Korea in January 2023. The next-generation Kona Electric could follow in a few months, with U.S. sales beginning in the second half of this year. This gap also means that its Kia Niro EV in 2023 will be able to establish itself in the market.

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