We hit one of Victoria’s most iconic drives in the red threat that is the Hyundai Kona N.
The notion of a hardcore performance version of the Hyundai Kona might seem a bit silly – especially when it’s only front-wheel drive. Don’t be fooled, though – the 2022 Kona N isn’t a car you should dismiss too easily.
Hyundai has given the Kona Electric a reworking for 2021, giving it new looks and making changes to afford it a claimed 484km of range on paper – but can it truly match those claims on tarmac?
Having been drastically updated for 2021 with a fresh new face and the introduction of a sporty new N Line model, the Hyundai Kona is a sporty SUV that finally makes some sense.
Hyundai’s all-electric small SUV delivers enough range to silence the detractors and has fairly impressive performance and decent dynamics to boot, only helping its maker position itself as one of the leaders in the EV race.
Hyundai’s all-electric Kona offers a serious amount of tailpipe emission-free motoring for the money, and a range that’s usable for those living further afield.