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2021 Hyundai Kona N price and specs

2021 Hyundai Kona N pricing and specification Two variants of new performance SUV for Australia 206kW 2.0-litre turbo-four, eight-speed auto as standard Priced from $47,500 before on-road costs Pricing and specifications for the 2021 Hyundai Kona N have been confirmed, ahead of the small performance SUV's Australian arrival around September 2021...

Hyundai Australia aims to bring "every" Hyundai electric vehicle Down Under

Hyundai Australia has signalled its intention to provide electric-vehicle buyers unparalleled choice, indicating it intends to offer "every one" of Hyundai's upcoming electric vehicles (EVs) in Australian showrooms. "The Hyundai Motor Group globally will launch 44 electrified vehicles by 2025 – of those, 23 will be full Battery Electric models...

2021 Hyundai Kona Electric Standard Range: Smaller 39kWh battery confirmed for Australia – UPDATE: Here within weeks

UPDATE, 21 June 2021: Hyundai Australia has confirmed the 39kWh version of the 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric will launch in Australia "in the coming weeks", badged as the Hyundai Kona Electric Standard Range. "Hyundai already has the two most efficient cars on sale in Australia today ..

Electric car powered by poo unveiled by Queensland sewage treatment company

A Queensland sewage treatment company has unveiled its latest electric car powered by human waste. Four years after introducing an electric Mitsubishi hatchback powered by poo, the firm Urban Utilities has put its second electric car on the road and called it “Number Two”...

Hyundai Kona: Snapchat augmented-reality lens launched for facelifted small SUV

In collaboration with Snapchat, Hyundai has launched an augmented-reality lens that will allow Snapchatters to inspect the Hyundai Kona small SUV in the comfort of their own homes. Snapchatters can do so by scanning the Snapcode (pictured bottom of story), or searching for the lens via the Lens carousel. Once engaged the latest technology and features of the Kona can be viewed by users...

2021 Hyundai i30 N due in Australia in June, followed by i20 N, Kona N and i30 Sedan N – UPDATE

UPDATE, 28 April 2021: Hyundai Australia has provided updated launch timing information for its upcoming N performance range. The facelifted i30 N hatch will arrive first, in June 2021, followed by the smaller i20 N and recently-revealed Kona N in the third quarter of the year (July to September inclusive)...

2021 Hyundai Kona N officially revealed after weeks of image leaks, here by October

The 2021 Hyundai Kona N has been unveiled ahead of an Australian showroom arrival within the next six months – about the same time as the pint-sized Hyundai i20 N and updated Hyundai i30 N hot hatches are due, giving Hyundai Australia’s performance arm its broadest range to date...

2022 Hyundai Kona N appears ahead of unveiling

The 2022 Hyundai Kona N has appeared on social media a week before its official unveiling. The small performance SUV from Hyundai was posted to Instagram by user bindin, and appears to be the very same Kona N spied during a film shoot in March 2021. The Korean car brand has confirmed a 2...

Every new electric car coming to Australia in 2021

When discussing Australia's dearth of electric cars and their related infrastructure, the debate always comes back to consumer choice – or lack thereof. However, with a list of incoming launches, promised models and electric-powered variants on the cards, the limited-choice excuse will hopefully soon be a distant memory...

2021 Hyundai Kona Electric price and specs

2021 Hyundai Kona Electric pricing and specification Electric small SUV on sale now with facelifted exterior and interior 64kWh battery and 150kW e-motor tuned for 484km of range Prices increased by up to $1260 The 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric small SUV has undergone a mid-life facelift for the new year...

New cars launching in Australia in April 2021

The Australian new-car market is a crowded one, with dozens of manufacturers offering hundreds of models in different segments and body styles. Over 100 all-new, updated or expanded model ranges are due to launch throughout 2021, as chronicled in CarAdvice's 2021 New Car Calendar – but what's there to look forward to this month? Here's a look at every new vehicle launching in Australia in April 2021...