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2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Specifications

March 2018 Specifications released from Hyundai Motor Company

Short-range Battery / Motor

Electric motor
Type Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
Maximum Power 99 kW/ 135 PS
Maximum Torque 395 Nm
Maximum speed 104 mph
Battery
Type Lithium-ion Polymer
Capacity (kWh) 39,2
On Board Charger
Max. capacity (kW) 7,2 (1-phase)
Charging Time
Charge Time / Standard (AC) Approx. 6hrs 10 min
Charge Time / Quick Charge (DC)(connected to 100 kW DC fast charger) Approx. 54 min up to 80% state of charge
Performance
0-to-62 mph acceleration (sec) 9.3
Efficiency (kWh/ 100 km) 14,8
CO2 combined (g/km) 0 g/km
All electric range (WLTP – internal targets) Up to 186 miles

Long-range Battery / Motor (EV)

Electric motor
Type Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
Maximum Power 150 kW/ 204 PS
Maximum Torque 395 Nm
Maximum speed 104 mph
Battery
Type Lithium-ion Polymer
Capacity (kWh) 64
On Board Charger
Max. capacity (kW) 7,2 (1-phase)
Charging Time
Charge Time / Standard (AC) Approx. 9hrs 40 min
Charge Time / Quick Charge (DC)(connected to 100 kW DC fast charger) Approx. 54 min up to 80% state of charge
Performance
0-to-62 mph acceleration (sec) 7.6
Efficiency (kWh/ 100 km) 15,2
CO2 combined (g/km) 0 g/km
All electric range (WLTP – internal target) Up to 292 miles
Transmission
Automatic Single Speed Reduction Gear

Brakes (both engines)

Assistance ABS, EPB, ESC and FCA

Dimensions (mm)

Exterior

Overall length 4,180
Overall width 1,800
Overall height 1,570
Wheelbase 2,600
Front overhang 855
Rear overhang 720

Interior

1st Row 2nd Row
Head room 1,006 948
Leg room 1,054 850
Shoulder room 1,410 1,380

Capacities (litres)

Luggage including charging cable storage (l VDA) 332
Luggage without charging cable storage (l VDA) 373

*CO2 emissions and fuel consumption based on internal targets under WLTP regulations.

**Manufacturer’s estimates

Safety

“The All-New Kona Electric features Hyundai SmartSense active safety and driving assistance technologies, to comply with the highest European safety standards: Cruise Control – Smart Adaptive Speed Control with Stop & Go function, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning System with Lane Keep Assist,, Blind-Spot Detection with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Driver Attention Warning and Speed Limit Information Function.”

Comfort

“The All-New Kona Electric offers several features for maximum on-board comfort, such as the power front seats with 8-way electric adjustment for optimal seating positions for each front passenger. The driver benefits from an additional 2-way electric lumbar support system. Furthermore, the front seats have a 3-step ventilation and 3-step heating system for a convenient drive in different weather conditions. Another convenience feature for cold weather conditions is the optional heated steering wheel.”

Performance

Kona Electric Efficiency

In a test conducted in Rome, Italy, consisting of 150 km drive with 45% in city, 45% extra-urban, and 10% highway, the Hyundai Kona EV was the most efficient of the 6 electric vehicles tested. In the test, the Kona Electric used only 13.1 kWh per 100 km driven.

Updated on December 4, 2018

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