The Kona EV is expected to come on the market in 2018 with two different batteries, including an entry model with 39.2 kWh and 64.2 kWh (64.2 kWh).

The Hyundai Kona EV is equipped with a larger battery and is expected to offer over 500km range (310 miles) in the official EU cycle, which in real life 300 to 350km 186 to 217 miles) with a single charge. This should give the Korean EV the lead over established competitors like the Nissan Leaf.

The styling differences between the EV and the combustion engines of the Kona are expected to be minimal. The battery-powered version is treated differently, however, if the front grille is normally found, the charger also port.

According to reports, Hyundai will use a different powertrain than the one found in Ioniq EV within the company's planned company to launch 15 electrified models by 2020, including hybrid, PHEV,

The latest reports indicate that we will see the new Hyundai Kona EV at the forthcoming Geneva car salon in March 2018.

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