On the other hand, the electrical Kona receives a sharper and a lot more aerodynamic front close, new taillights, revised aero-sample wheels, and an upgrade in cabin technology. The piston-run Kona versions get refreshed bumpers and daytime managing lights. The N Line product receives new body areas, including a bigger grille, a rear diffuser, an aerodynamic lip with minimal corner fins, new 18-inch diamond-cut style wheels, and twin exhaust ideas. Hooked up to the a lot more strong engine is a seven-pace “EcoShift” twin-clutch transmission.
Inside the electrical product, the centre stack has been redesigned, and there’s a new centre display screen featuring a 10.25-inch monitor, which is matched in measurement by the digital gauge cluster. The centre console has been rejigged for a wireless cellphone charger, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Vehicle are included to the feature checklist across the lineup alongside with the 10.25-inch infotainment monitor and digital gauge cluster. All versions also get the hottest technology of Hyundai’s Blue Backlink software and telematics process.