Word is out that Hyundai plans to bring a second electric vehicle to India in 2019, but there remains some doubt as to which model it will be.
Here is a solid review of the Hyundai Kona Electric at the 2018 Paris Motor Show by Toronto Electric Vehicle Association (TEVA).
On paper, these electric cars, the Chevrolet Bolt and Kona Electric, match up rather well, but can we declare one a winner? Let's find out.
New Hyundai Kona Electric orders in the UK now expected to be delivered in August 2019, which means the Tesla Model 3 will likely arrive first.
The Euro NCAP performed its first-ever crash tests of a hydrogen fuel cell model, which happened to be Hyundai NEXO. Nothing exploded.
Previously the Hyundai Ioniq EV Unlimited+ had allowed U.S. buyers to "lease" without mileage caps, plus receive charging reimbursements and other benefits.
As more and more automakers begin to bring electric cars to market, we finally have less expensive offerings that appear to be true winners.
Are these green Hyundai's worthy of a driving enthusiast? Let's watch and see what Throttle House thinks.
For September 2018, Hyundai reports record sales of 4,984 plug-in electric cars, which is 93% more than a year ago and finally Kona Electric sales are climbing.
When an EV tries too hard to look aerodynamic, it becomes visual pollution, so says Hyundai when we spoke with its design chief.
It seems the number one takeaway from these Hyundai and Kia electric first drives is that the cars feel so normal and conventional. And that's a positive.
As for the range, there's nothing compliance about a 258-mile EPA rating. In fact, it's the new electric range leader for all EVs not named Tesla.
The Hyundai Ioniq Electric compact needs more range to compete with the company's new 258-mile EV. And more range is coming to it soon.
Everyday Reviews' Brian Chow came away a fan of the Hyundai Kona Electric. It could be a Chevy Bolt killer, but can Hyundai make enough to meet demand?
Here we examine the city, highway and combined EPA range ratings for the upcoming 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric. The numbers are impressive.
The immediate torque of the electric motor was evident when zooming up the ramp to Highway 101 and its battery-powered range truly do impress.
It comes as no surprise that the upcoming Hyundai Kona Electric will not be made widely available in the U.S., despite huge potential popularity.
The Hyundai Kona electric is set to enter another rather big market. The South Korean EV is set to make its India launch in July 2019.
We track all plug-in electric vehicles sales in the U.S. on a month-to-month basis.