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The Top Features of the 2023 Hyundai Kona Electric

The Top Features of the 2023 Hyundai Kona Electric

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Hyundai has hopped on the bandwagon to get on board with electric vehicles. The latest 2023 Hyundai Kona has promising features that make this EV stand out among others in its class and offer a blend of practicality and affordability that’s otherwise uncommon with electric vehicles. 

Here’s a look at some features that make the Hyundai Kona one of the best-performing electric vehicles in 2023.


Adaptive Cruise Control 


Constant driving can take a toll on you, especially when you have to do it for long hours, and that’s where the adaptive cruise control with traffic stop-and-go can make all the difference. Just set the speed of your vehicle and the distance you’d like to maintain with the car in front of you. Then, your Kona will operate like a pro while stopping and going at traffic signals.


Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist


Blind spot collisions are the most common cause of an accident, and this collision avoidance assist is a great way to reduce hazards from occurring. It detects a vehicle in your blind spot and brakes to avoid a collision.


Driver Attention Warning


There could be times when you’re exhausted, and you might end up dozing off or not being as alert as you should be behind the wheel. In such scenarios, your Kona EV will display a message and play a loud audio tone to alert you. 


Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection

This technology is combined with pedestrian and cyclist detection and considers any person in close proximity. The car will alert you and apply automatic brakes to avoid a collision. 


High Beam Assist


Your high beam on the Hyundai Kona is in sync with the front camera. It constantly monitors the traffic to turn the beams on and off for better visualization.  


Highway Driving Assist

This works with lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control to maintain a speed, avoid collisions and keep in your lane.


Lane Keeping Assist

This one is self-explanatory. This feature helps maintain the car in one lane and will signal if you’re steering away.


Standard Lane Following Assist

You can use your camera to create markers that will follow if you need to take a detour.


415 Kilometres Driving Range

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One of the biggest challenges of owning an EV is travelling long distances without fearing your battery running out of charge. The Kona can travel up to 415 km, which is a lot.


Standard Heat Pump

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One of the worst things about driving in Canadian winters is that the temperature inside your car can get freezing. With the Kona, you won’t have to worry about that because it will absorb the internal heat produced by the car and rotate it in the cabin. This means your car's HVAC system uses less energy.


Battery Temperature Management

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Another feature that’s highly beneficial for Canadian winters is temperature management. This will warm your battery and prevent any range loss due to the cold weather.


Looking To Buy a New Hyundai?

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If you’re a Hyundai fan and looking to buy a new car, there’s no reason you shouldn’t consider the Kona EV. With so many features to offer, it’s time for you to head to your nearest Myers dealership and reserve yours today.


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