Hyundai has announced that its updated Kona range starts from £21,060.
The Kona has been on sale since 2017 as Hyundai’s baby crossover, but has now been updated with an even bolder design, while the interior benefits from a larger touchscreen and a new digital dial system.
While the revised Electric model will join the line-up later in 2021, for now Hyundai has announced pricing for its standard Kona models.
These include a new mild-hybrid 1.0-litre petrol engine, along with a petrol-electric Hybrid model.
Prices start from £21,060 for the entry-level SE Connect, which comes equipped with a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, eight-inch touchscreen, reversing camera and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Up next is the new N-Line model, which brings sporty styling to the Kona range for the first time. It adds 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, body-coloured bumpers and wheel arch cladding, along with a sportier styling kit and LED rear lights. N-Line versions start from £23,590, while also adding climate control, ambient interior lighting and rear parking sensors.
Premium models feature front parking sensors, heated front seats and an electric parking brake, and are available from £23,660.
At the top of the range is the Ultimate, which brings electric front seats, LED headlights, an electric sunroof and additional driver assistance kit, with prices starting from £25,690.
The updated Hyundai Kona is on sale from January 18, with first deliveries expected shortly afterwards.Enquire on a new Hyundai Kona