Hyundai Kona Will Get N-Line Model And Styling Updates For 2022
The crossover that no one cares about will become sharper.
1. Hyundai has unveiled the new Kona, showing new styling and a new model.
2. The N-Line model should reach the U.S.
3. The new styling isn't anything dramatic.
Hyundai has released photos of the new facelifted Hyundai Kona, and shown a new N-Line model. The N-Line model will come with more aggressive styling and a significant horsepower boost. It will be powered by a turbocharged 1.6 L I-4 that generates 195 horsepower, which is almost 50 more than the standard 2.0 L I-4. New features will also come with the restyle, it will now be available with a 10.3-inch touchscreen infotainment screen and a digital gauge cluster. The standard screen will also increase in size, now at 8.0 inches. In addition, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will now be available. Space is also growing, the rear seats gain legroom and the trunk/boot gains cargo space. Luxurious comfort features such as heated rear seats will also be available.
Hyundai hasn't released the pricing yet, but it should stay in the same range as the current one, so $21,000-$30,000.