Hyundai Kona is a tough option for buyers looking for a GP Urban Cruiser, and with the new N Line and Dedicated N versions joining the 2022 lineup, there is now serious functionality to boot. There is also an electronic version for buyers who want battery power.
The subcompact Kona 2018 model has been with us since the year, a light update for 2022 has been launched. New spy shots show that Hyundai is now working on a new model 7
Judging by the prototype of our spy shots, the corner redesign could be a heavier update than the actual redesign, as we can see that the outline of the door is unchanged from the current corner. It is understandable to refrain from creating a new corner from scratch because Hyundai, like most major car manufacturers, is ready for most of the electrical lineup by the end of the decade.
It’s not clear what Hyundai plans for powertrains, but there should be regular gas, hybrid and electric options. The most powerful alternative to the current Kona is the 2.0-liter turbocharged Inline-4 found in the Kona N, which is good for 276 hp and 289 pound-feet of torque.
See the redesigned Kona launched in 2023 as the 2024 model. Note that the corner is no longer the smallest Hyundai crossover. Below the Kona is the space that Hyundai has launched for 2020 Elsewhere, carmaker Bayon sells a model as its smallest crossover offer.