Hyundai’s mission is to convince the world the Kona is a fun car for young and funky people - AND it can tow!
The Kona may be late to the compact SUV party, but Hyundai has done its homework and makes a strong first impression.
The Kona is a city-focused crossover, with a youthful bent, pitched at those who find regular hatchbacks just a little boring.
Small SUVs seem to be the segment in which designers really let their hair down and the Kona is another example of boundary-pushing design. With cool and quirky styling, the Kona is sure to turn heads.
Customise it to suit you - there are nine exterior colours to choose from, you can choose contrasting roof colours in black or grey, a first for Hyundai, and the cabin can be customised with bright yellow or red seat belts, seat stitching and various cabin accents.
All Kona variants come with a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Qi wireless phone charging pad and Hyundai’s AutoLink phone app that sends key car data to your device in real-time, while various high-grade features available if you spend enough include a head-up display and full LED headlights.
The Kona is smaller than almost every rival, at just 4165mm long and 1800mm wide, on a 2600mm wheelbase. The boot is 360 litres, expanding to 1143L with the back seats folded.
The Kona is a surprisingly well-rounded vehicle to drive. Based on similar underpinnings to the impressive new i30 it offers responsive steering and a smooth, easy-going powertrain.
Hyundai’s mission is to convince the world this is a fun car for young and funky people. You be the judge.
Don't destroy the styling of your Kona, opt for an Invisible towbar! Full range of Kona towbars now available for Hyundai's baby SUV.