Hyundai India is going to launch its all-electric Kona in the Indian market. It will be the first electric car by the company to be launched on July 9 this month. Hyundai has started testing its electric Kona on Indian roads. Hyundai also has a tab of the inquiry on its official website. The new Hyundai Kona is already selling in the international market and will be sold via CBU in India. The car is available in two variants in the international market. However, it is not decided which variant will be launched in India. Let us know the full details
The base variant of the Hyundai Kona EV will be powered by a 39.2 kWh battery. which will give a range of up to 300 km. It will take 6 hours to fully charge. The 39.2kWh battery pack produces 134PS of power and 335Nm of torque. It will take 9.3 seconds for the base variant to catch a speed of 0 to 100 kmph. The Kona also has a powerful 64 kWh battery that generates 204 PS of power and 395Nm of torque. This battery will take 9 hours to fully charge. The Hyundai Kona EV will also have a high-performance 1000 kW DC fast charger, which takes 54 minutes for the battery level to charge 80 percent.
As per the information received, only the base variant of Hyundai Kona will be launched in the Indian market. The higher the price of the variants will be very high, making it difficult to attract customers to the brand. However, Hyundai may also launch a more powerful variant of the Kona in the future. It will be the company's most economical electric car when it is launched in the Indian market.