The only thing left up in the air is that we still don’t have an official price for the Kona EV, rated here with its 64 kWh long-range battery pack, as InsideEVsnotes. Still, it’s an interesting vehicle.Find the Kona EV’s full EPA page here, and if you’re curious, you can put it side-by-side with, say, a Tesla Model 3 on the compare page.
The Hyundai Kona EV, the car that forgot to have a face, just got rated by the EPA with an estimated range of 20 miles more than a Chevy Bolt, 107 miles more than a Nissan Leaf, and 52 miles less than the long range Tesla Model 3. These ratings obviously don’t match up perfectly with real-world use, but they’re still impressive to see from the Kona, a little crossover that doesn’t look like a super-aerodynamic wind-cheater. A Honda Insight this is not.