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    Hyundai Kona Specifications - Engine, Power, Transmission, Drive Range And Efficiency

    by Mahesh Yadav on Thursday, Jul 16 2020

    Hyundai Kona is a C-segment Electric SUV. It's a 5 seater car that rivals the MG ZS EV. This article will give you a perspective of its engine specs and drive range.

    Hyundai Kona

    What is the Power & Torque of Hyundai Kona 2020?

    Hyundai Kona Engine Specifications

    Engine Type

    Electric

    Power

    136PS

    Torque

    395Nm

    Transmission

    single-speed automatic


    The Hyundai Kona is available with an electric engine paired with an automatic transmission. The power and torque output of this engine are 136PS and 395Nm.

    What Battery Capacity does the Hyundai Kona Lithium-ion Polymer have?

    Hyundai Kona gets 39.2kWh lithium-ion polymer battery pack.

    What is the Mileage/Fuel Efficiency of Hyundai Kona?

    Hyundai Kona Driving Cost

    Electricity Cost / Unit (kWh)

    Driving Cost Per KM

    Rs. 8

    Rs. 0.69

    Rs. 10

    Rs. 0.87

    Rs. 12

    Rs. 1.04


    The Hyundai Kona has an efficiency rating of 11.53kmpu (kilometres per unit of electricity). If you have Rs. 8.0 /unit electricity cost, then each kilometre in the Kona EV will cost you Rs. 0.69. For Rs. 10 and 12, per km driving cost, will be Rs. 0.87 and Rs. 1.04 respectively.

    What is The Range of Hyundai Kona Electric?

    Hyundai Kona Range

    Transmission

    Single-speed automatic

    Battery

    Lithium-ion Polymer

    Range

    452km

    Mileage

    11.53kmpu


    The Hyundai Kona Electric engine with the single-speed automatic transmission has a driving range of 452km.

    Is Hyundai Kona Electric Good for Long Drives?

    While the Hyundai Kona electric has a satisfactory driving range, given the lack of widespread public charging infrastructure, we can’t recommend you to take the Hyundai Kona for long drives. Not only will you have to locate charging points beforehand, but you’ll also have to take longer halts if the station doesn’t have a fast DC charging option.

    You should consider taking a petrol or diesel car for your trip.

    You can, however, take the Hyundai Kona on shorter weekend getaways of up to 300km (one way) if you can secure an overnight charging point at the destination.

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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