Hyundai Kona – Overview
The Hyundai Kona comes in two distinct faces, with one reserved for the N Line. The regular face is a heavy rework with a slimmer and wider grille taking centre-stage, and the Hyundai logo now sitting on the bodywork above the grille.
LED daytime running lights, plus auto folding wing mirrors, bi-LED headlamps with bending lamps, fog lamps and LED tail lamps. The two-tone look with floating roof and roof rails is exclusive to the Turbo, as are front parking sensors.
Of the two facelift looks, the Kona N Line’s face is more like the original, with the logo in the grille and a vent above the grille, although it’s now split into three. The Hyundai Kona N-style features an aerodynamic lip with low-lying corner fins plus larger and “more technical” air intake features.
The N Line does away with the new full-width black cladding, or any cladding for that matter – it’s all body colour here. No skid plate-mimicking trim too – the rear end sports a diffuser and twin pipes on one side.The Hyundai Kona competitors that includes Proton X50 1.5TGDi, Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8G A/T, Kia Sportage 2.0 EX, Peugeot 2008 1.2 L Puretech and Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 L.