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In 2017, Hyundai launched their second and smallest ever subcompact crossover SUV model the Kona.
This sits alongside the Hyundai Venue and the Hyundai Bayon in the same category of the automotive market.
Partner company Kia also released their own version of the car that was very similar mechanically that they called the Seltos.
An all-electric version of the car was also launched a year later in 2018 called the Kona EV.
The EV version of the car can be purchased with either a 39kWh or a 64kWh battery pack depending on budget and use.
All of the Konas sold are 5-door with the fuel-driven version of the car offered in either a front-wheel or all-wheel drive.
When purchasing the car new you have a wide range of engine options including both gasoline and diesel options.
Alongside these various engine types and sizes, you also have a great range of transmissions including dual-clutch boxes for fast gear changes.
In 2020 the Hyundai Kona was given a facelift that mainly affected the exterior but with slight changes inside to increase the cargo space.
A high-performance version of the car was launched in 2021 that the company called the Kona N.
The engine pushes out 276bhp with a temporary virtual turbo that increases that to 286bhp called the N Grin Shift mode.
Alongside the increase of power is a sporty flair for the outside of the car and interior changes that affect items such as the steering wheel and gearstick.