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2024 Hyundai Kona Electric gets a little more power, battery capacity

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The slow but steady stream of details for the 2024 Hyundai Kona continues with some specs for the electric version. It’s bigger and has a little more horsepower than its predecessor. And it’s slightly better than its cousin, Kia’s Niro EV.

Powering it is a 65.4 kWh battery pack, an increase of 1.4 kWh. It’s not a big deal, but it’s enough to give it a little more range.Comparing WLTP ranges, the newer one can go 304 miles instead of 301. EPA The range will certainly be shorter, but it should be slightly higher than the current Kona Electric’s 258-mile range and the Niro EV’s 253-mile range.

Interestingly, it now has a Kona Electric for short range with a 48.4 kWh battery pack and a less powerful electric motor. In an official document, Hyundai did not say if it would be available in the US. car and driver Tips That there is reason to believe this is not coming to the US. If the similarly low-range Nissan Leaf is arguably much more affordable, and the more powerful, longer-range Chevrolet Volt probably costs similarly, it might be hard to do so we tend to agree.

When it comes to power, the long-range Kona Electric you’re arguably getting now has 218 horsepower, which is 17 horsepower more than the old Kona and the current Niro. Hyundai lists the Twist at just 188 lb-ft instead of the tire-squealing 291 available today. The short-range Kona has the same torque, but the power he has is much lower at 156 horsepower.

Hyundai also shared some details about the new Kona, especially the electric features. Like the Ioniq 5 and 6, the driver’s seat has a reclining ‘relaxation seat’ option. Bi-directional charging from the vehicle to the load is also available, like the Ioniqs. This is done via an internal outlet or his CCS adapter for external use. Peak charging rates aren’t given, but Hyundai estimates he takes 41 minutes to charge from 10% to 80%. You also get access to many technical features such as camera blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, digital key and remote parking assist.

Details such as pricing and N Line specifications are still unknown. Those should be coming soon as we get closer to the 2024 model year.

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