Hyundai Updates Kona and Kona Electric For 2022
However, the electric Kona gets a sharper and more aerodynamic front end, new taillights, revised aero-pattern wheels, and an upgrade in cabin technology. The piston-powered Kona models get refreshed bumpers and daytime running lights. The N Line model gets new body parts, including a larger grille, a rear diffuser, an aerodynamic lip with low corner fins, new 18-inch diamond-cut design wheels, and dual exhaust tips. Attached to the more powerful engine is a seven-speed “EcoShift” dual-clutch transmission.
Inside the electric model, the center stack has been redesigned, and there’s a new center display featuring a 10.25-inch screen, which is matched in size by the digital gauge cluster. The center console has been rejigged for a wireless phone charger, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are added to the feature list across the lineup along with the 10.25-inch infotainment screen and digital gauge cluster. All models also get the latest generation of Hyundai’s Blue Link software and telematics system.
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