Hyundai Kona N: An SUV to enjoy to the fullest

It incorporates several high-performance driving functions exclusive to the N models such as the Launch Control and the N Grin Control system.


Hyundai presented the new Hyundai kona n, the first SUV to join the sports family of the South Korean brand that combines spectacular performance with a balanced driving experience for day to day.

New Hyundai Kona NWith a length of 4,21 meters, a width of 1,80 meters and a height of 1,56 meters, the Kona N is one centimeter longer than the Kona just like the N Line variant. Its exterior design combines discreet aesthetic elements with exclusive red accents.

It also features body-colored wheel arches, a unique front grille design and 19-inch lightweight forged wheels, developed to reduce its weight to the maximum and increase its resistance.

New Hyundai Kona NThe interior of the car offers a performance-oriented look and a high-performance driving feel and is available with three types of seats, all heated as standard at the front and as an option at the rear.

The new Kona N is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged T-GDI engine with an output of 280 horses. This mechanism is associated with an eight-speed N DCT dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

Among its high-performance driving characteristics, the vehicle has the system N Grin Control, which allows you to choose between five driving modes (Eco, Normal, Sport, N and Custom).

New Hyundai Kona NLike other Hyundai's N models, the Kona is also equipped with the Launch Control system, which helps the car launch at full speed from a standstill. Thus, the automobile Accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 5,5 seconds.

In addition, the new Kona N has multiple driving assistance systems such as Blind Spot Assist, Cross Traffic Assist, Intelligent Cruise Control, Ahead Vehicle Exit Alert, Lane Keeping Assist, high beam assist or driver attention warning.

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