Hyundai Kona Ultimate Concept: Ready for Adventure

This Hyundai Kona-based concept car, unveiled at the SEMA Show, unleashes the wildest and most adventurous side of the SUV.

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During the 2019 SEMA Show, Hyundai presented several prototypes. One of them was the radical version of Hyundai Kona, a concept that aims to get away from the asphalt to venture onto the stones.

This specimen, called the Hyundai Kona Ultimate Concept, was developed in conjunction with Rockstar Performance Garage and includes a series of modifications that, in addition to having more aggressive aesthetic features, are focused on improving its off-road capabilities.

Hyundai Kona Ultimate ConceptThe body is “dressed” in a shiny black suit with gold-colored accessories that are present in the LED lights on the grill, on the 16-inch wheels and in the coach logos, which are located on the hood and doors. rear of the SUV.

As with all off-road models, the riding position is higher thanks to a long-travel suspension and the inclusion of 30-inch tires signed by Mickey Thompson. Inside has crocodile leather upholstered seats and a premium sound equipment of the brand Kicker.

The engine is a 1.6-liter turbo with 177 horsepower which has an intake kit K & N and a sport exhaust line Magnaflow that increases the power compared to its traditional version.

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