2024 Hyundai Kona Electric Gets a Sporty Makeover with N Line Styling
Exciting news for Hyundai enthusiasts Down Under as the 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric is set to receive a sporty upgrade with the introduction of the N Line sports styling package. While the regular Kona Electric has already graced Australian showrooms, the N Line package promises a distinctive cosmetic enhancement, aligning it with its petrol and hybrid counterparts. Let's dive into the details of this electrifying makeover.
N Line Styling
More Than Skin Deep Unveiled for the European market ahead of its Australian debut later this year, the N Line sports styling package is designed exclusively for cosmetic enhancements. However, it brings a bold and dynamic aesthetic to the 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric, elevating its visual appeal. This package is now available across all three versions of the new Hyundai Kona, ensuring that electric vehicle enthusiasts can enjoy the sporty styling that was previously limited to the petrol and hybrid variants.
Cosmetic Upgrades Galore
The N Line package offers a range of visual enhancements, turning heads on the road. Unique front and rear bumpers, black side mirror caps, and the option for a striking black roof contribute to a sportier exterior. The inclusion of 19-inch N Line wheels adds an extra touch of sophistication. Inside the cabin, drivers can indulge in the N Line-specific steering wheel, front sports seats with eye-catching red stitching, and a touch of elegance with aluminum pedal covers. The upholstery options include a choice between cloth or a leather/Alcantara combination, ensuring a personalized touch to the driving experience.
European Offerings and Battery Variations
In the European market, the N Line package is available in two models: the N Line and the N Line S. Both models feature the larger of the two battery packs available in Europe, boasting a capacity of 65.4kWh. It's worth noting that this battery pack differs from the 64.8kWh battery in the Australian-market Extended Range models, which are manufactured in South Korea. The European models are produced in the Czech Republic and utilize a different battery supplier.
Pricing and Availability
While the UK market sees the N Line package available in two models with varying prices, specifics for Australia are yet to be revealed. Hyundai Australia has confirmed that the regular Kona Electric range has already hit local showrooms, with the N Line package set to follow suit later this year. Enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting further details, including whether the N Line pack will be available across all three Kona Electric model grades.
The 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric is about to get a whole lot sportier with the introduction of the N Line sports styling package. As Hyundai continues to expand its offerings in the electric vehicle segment, the N Line upgrades bring a touch of excitement to the already impressive Kona lineup. Stay tuned for more details on pricing and availability as Hyundai Australia prepares to roll out this electrifying enhancement later in the year.