Hyundai gives us a sneak peek at the 2024 Hyundai Kona, and this is what it looks like.
This is the 2024 Hyundai Kona. Hyundai Kona debuted in South Korea in 2017. Now, the brand is ready to reveal what the next-generation crossover will look like when it arrives in the US in the 2024 model year. There are four variants: electric, hybrid, clean-burning and No line.
Modern designers first create a new Kona Electric, then apply the look to other versions. Up front, they all have a unique light strip along the edge of the hood. The headlights are located below this bar at the outer corners. The lower fascia design is the main differentiating factor between the 2024 Kona models. The Electrico has pixelated elements and the styling is somewhat reminiscent of modern Ioniq cars. Standard internal combustion engine vehicles have a rectangular opening in this space.
The N line has a more aggressive look with trapezoidal elements. From the outside, the new 2024 Hyundai Kona looks similar. Combustion and hybrid variants have body cladding on the wings. Electric and N Line retain this part as body color. The N Line gets a rear spoiler, silver side skirts, and available black parts for the roof and mirror caps. The rear matches the front with a light bar that runs the length of the crossover. Like the headlights, the taillights are located in the lower corners. The N line has two tailpipes.
The new Kona Electric measures 4.35 meters long, 1.50 centimeters more than the current model. The wheelbase has been increased by 6 centimeters. Width increased by 2.5 cm. Inside, the new Kona features a pair of 12.3-inch displays that share a bezel. The gear lever is now on the column behind the steering wheel. Below the large screen on the center console are a pair of air vents and controls for the climate control system.
The second row has a single rear seat. The company said in a statement that it matches the rest of the new Kona’s “21st century urban design aesthetic.”
The automaker has yet to reveal any specs or pricing information for the new Kona powertrain. Hyundai will make this information public in the coming months.