The Hyundai Kona is set launch at the end of the year and will be Hyundai's introduction to the small SUV market.
It’s designed to appeal to younger buyers, with striking looks to set it apart from rivals in the popular small SUV class.
The Kona features a large, cascading grille, a twin headlight treatment and black body cladding. The Kona also has a short rear overhang and a low roofline to give it a distinctive silhouette, plus contrasting accents on the exterior and standard-fit roof bars to add a bit of all-important SUV flavour.
The eight-inch touchscreen sat-nav from the i30 is incorporated into the dash and comes with free map updates for 10 years.
A head-up display in front of the driver for the first time: a big eight-inch panel that flips up and displays speed and other driving data. In between the dials is a small TFT screen that can be optionally upgraded to a 4.2-inch colour unit.
The Kona will launch with just two petrol engines. The entry-level 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo boasts 118bhp and uses a six-speed box to produce 53.3mpg.
The other launch engine is a 1.6-litre four-cylinder with 175bhp which is paired up to a seven-speed dual-clutch auto box and four-wheel drive. This produces 38.7mpg.
The Kona will start at around £15,000 when it launches in the UK in November.
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