Hyundai Kona EV

Starting MSRP

$37,390

Fed. tax credit up to

$7,500⁠

EPA-est. Range

258 Miles⁠

Power (hp/kW)

201/150




The growing electric vehicle class has an exciting new option with Hyundai's 2021 Kona EV. The fun-loving subcompact SUV is now equipped with a clean energy electric motor and battery pack combination that delivers peppy performance and an impressive driving range of up to 258 miles. The unique styling of the gasoline-powered Kona is carried over and enhanced with a closed textured front grille (no need for an open front to cool the radiator) and uniquely designed wheels that complete the Kona EV's striking curbside profile. Competing EV's like the Chevrolet Bolt, the Tesla Model 3, and Kia Niro EV offer similar features and functions, but the Kona EV's starting MSRP and Hyundai's unrivaled warranty make it a top choice in its class, earning it Car and Driver's Editor's Choice Award.

Clean Performance

The 2021 Kona EV is powered by a 201-hp electric motor and a 64 kWh battery pack that pushes robust torque to the front wheels (AWD is not offered as of yet). On Car and Driver's Test Track, the Kona EV zipped from 0 to 60 in 6.4 seconds, 0.2 seconds quicker than it's gas-powered counterpart. Its compact frame responsive suspension make it a joy to drive on twisty roads and when you hit the highway, it doesn't leave you wanting for more. Kona EV cruises smoothly at highway speeds and its floor-mounted battery gives it a low center of gravity and a sustantial feel.

Style & Comfort

Not departing far from the quality, comfort and features of the standard Kona, the EV's interior cabin has a rich feel with modern amenities and a large center-mounted touchscreen display to take command of your vehicle.

Confident & Connected

Each Kona EV model is equipped with a touchscreen infotainment system featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability, as well as a 10.3-inch reconfigurable digital gauge display; base SEL models come with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, while upgrading to the Limited adds a 10.3-inch display with navigation. A six-speaker audio system is standard, while the Limited model comes with an eight-speaker Infinity audio system that sounds much richer.

Room for More

Kona EV's onboard battery doesn't encroach into the rear seat or cargo space since it was designed for electric power from the beginning. You can fit five carry-on suitcases behind the rear seats, and when you fold them down, an ample 45.8 cu. ft. of cargo space is revealed that can hold up to fifteen carry-on bags, or whatever your journey requires.

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