The Hyundai Kona Electric - one of the hottest EV premiers in Geneva this year, in general feels like a complete and proper small car.

While we are awaiting first drive reviews prior to market launch later this year, here we have insights from an Autogefühl presentation.

The Kona Electric is in lots of ways different than the conventional version.

The interior is clean and fresh, though the infotainment system could be improved. There are a lot of plastics, but Autogefühl find it to look cheap inside.

There is not a whole lot of space in the rear, although Hyundai did everything possible to use all of the available space above the battery pack. The trunk is rather small, too.

We do believe that the Hyundai Kona Electric will fill the gap left in Europe due to the Opel Ampera-e's very limited rollout.

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