You’ll immediately notice the new face on the Kona Electric, which now looks sleeker since the grille has been deleted with new headlights and a new lower front fascia. At the rear and side the look is pretty much the same.
Inside there are bigger changes, like a new 10.25-inch digital gauge cluster and same size infotainment screen. The base infotainment screen has also been enlarged to 8 inches and now has wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Sadly the larger screen still requires wires.
We’ll have to wait until Hyundai unveils the US-spec version to find out if there are any mileage improvements, but currently the Kona Electric has a 258-mile range.