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Discussion in 'Hyundai Kona Electric' started by Domenick, Feb 27, 2018.
Thanks for the snapshot. Hadn’t seen that on their site before, or missed it.
i read that the North America will only get the larger battery pack/bigger motor version. so, it'll compare most favorably with the bolt and any other. if its a bit smaller than the bolt, it will still work for many, especially as a commuter. I'm currently a soul EV owner, so this will be great coming from my car. i'm also guessing some of other new models from VW, Audi and Nissan will make these choices easier.
Yeah, I had been really excited about this one. As the ICE Kona has AWD as an option, I was expecting the EV to have it. If it was AWD standard at these prices it would be a no brainer decision. But as mostly a Bolt clone, I would go for the Bolt over the Kona.
if they're building around 40,000, half of them will go to S.Korea first, the rest to Norway and Europe. i don't see too many making their way to North america
i think it unrealistic to expect 4WD in this car for around bolt money. seems like you'd overlook the rear seating if it had 4WD? c'mon, you really want a tesla model Y for Hyundai prices. I'm on your side, and would love to see 4wd option, but I doubt we'll see it considering how small the car is, but then anything is possible, perhaps in a future model?