New cars can be weird, usually in a good way.

No matter which new car you buy, you're going to have to spend some time figuring out all of its features and quirks. With new technology comes useful niceties, but also a learning curve.

We recently shared Out of Spec Motoring's 3,000-mile road trip in a 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric. Due to the excessive miles on the road, the channel's host Kyle learned a ton about the new Hyundai crossover EV.

Unfortunately, a quick test drive doesn't give you a solid indication of a new car's features, especially in regards to how intuitive they are and how helpful they may be to you in the future. This is especially true if you're test-driving electric vehicles and are new to the segment.

As Kyle points out, even after driving a new car for 50 miles or so, you still may not have it all figured out. However, after 3,000 miles on the road over the course of many days, hopefully, you'll become an expert.

So, take advantage of Kyle's Kona Electric expertise to see if this Hyundai is an EV you'd consider buying. If you own one or have even driven one, we'd love to read about your experiences and opinions in the comment section below.

Video Description via Out of Spec Motoring on YouTube:

Kona EV | The Weird Stuff

Kyle goes in-depth with some of the oddities on the Kona Electric!

There were a few more that didn't make the video but post your favorite odd features of the Kona in the comments below.

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