Hyundai CAOA to sell Kona electric in Brazil

Hyundai CAOA to sell Kona electric in Brazil


In addition to the Ioniq hybrid, Hyundai CAOA will sell the Kona electric SUV with a 64 kWh battery capable of reaching 484 km.

The CAOA group responsible for Hyundai’s imported line will have information for the Brazilian market. After a few years without releases, the group prepares the arrival of Ioniq combination and also the Kona EV 64. The SUV has already been seen in tests by our friends at the magazine. Car Games.

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Novelty is that Mystery Cars found out that the Hyundai Kona will be sold in a configuration with a 64 kWh battery and a range of up to 484 kilometers through the WLTP cycle.

The Hyundai Kona EV 64 electric car has a power of 204 hp and an instant torque of 40.2 kgfm. The maximum speed is 164 km / h, while 0 to 100 km / h takes 7.6 seconds. Transmission is CVT and traction is in front.

Apart from the electric technology, the SUV offers driving aids such as rear cross traffic alert, blind spot assist and safety exit warning for the rear occupants. The list also includes cruise control with Stop & Go, lane keeping assistant, intelligent speed alert, among others.

Hyundai Kona EV 64 has a length of 4.18m, a wheelbase of 2.60m, a width of 1.80m and a height of 1.57m. The trunk has a cargo volume of 332 liters and 1,114 liters with the rear seats folded.

In terms of exterior appearance, Hyundai Kona has two headlights with the first very thin one near the hood and the larger one near the grille at the ends of the bumper. There is no main grid, the place is closed as everything electrical has a charging port.

On the other hand, the Hyundai Kona electric has sharp lines and the alloy wheels are well wrapped like any electric car. At the back, the model has a set of divided lights, with a very thin and horizontal torch that invades the trunk lid and under a new set that houses the replacement of the rear lights.

Inside, Hyundai’s electric SUV has a 100% digital instrument panel and multimedia center. The central console is very high and gear changes are made with buttons. Finishing the interior is in two shades.

The debut of the Hyundai Kona EV 64 should take place between the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023. Before that, the CAOA Group should make the debut of the Ioniq Hybrid.

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