New Hyundai Kona 64 kWh battery capacity and capable of 80 kW charging — Great All-Around EV
The long anticipated Hyundai Kona EV, with a battery capacity up to 64 kWh, is now starting to arrive in the hands of customers and testers. It appears to be everything EV fans have hoped for, and more.
Whilst the Kona has a number of standout features in terms of safety and driver assistance (including a heads-up display option), connectivity, and more, the real differentiation is in the 64 kWh version’s range and charging capability, hitherto unseen at this price point, making the 64 kWh Kona a true all-around winner.
The EPA combined range is indicated to be 250 miles (402 km), a little better than the Ampera-e (238 miles, 383 km), which was the past range leader at this price point.
Thanks in part to well designed liquid cooling, the Kona’s 64 kWh battery can accept charging power at up to 80 kW, which is previously unheard of at this price point, being 70% more than the Bolt/Ampera-e.
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The 64 kWh Hyundai Kona EV is an great balance of affordability and all round capability, get one whilst you can!