The Euro-spec EV will be available with two different powertrains and a range of nearly 300 miles.
Hyundai has introduced its all-new Kona Electric at the Geneva Auto Show.
The subcompact EV will be available with two different powertrain options with a maximum output of 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque, achieving acceleration of 7.6 seconds from zero to 62 mph.
A 39.2-kilowatt-hour battery pack is claimed to offer 186 miles of electric range, according to the WLTP cycle, while the long-range 64-kWh variant boasts 292 miles on a single charge.
Aside from its all-electric drive system, the Kona Electric is distinguished by a few unique exterior design cues including a closed grille. On the inside, paddles behind the steering wheel adjust the regenerative braking settings.
Hyundai has not announced plans to bring the Kona Electric to US showrooms.
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