The Hyundai Kona Electric has been listed with a starting price of 34,600 euro in Germany. Unlike the Norwegian market, the vehicle will be sold in two performance varieties and with two battery options in Germany.
The sales price will be further reduced by 4,380 euro if the vehicle is picked up by the BAFA list for subsidized vehicles, which we expect to be the case with the next update for the list in Fall.
The smaller variant of the Kona Electric will have a 100 kW electric motor, with a 39,2 kWh battery. The basic price the “trend” setup stands at the mentioned 34,600 euro. The more powerful “style” version will cost at least 38,100 euro, while the premium setup will not be available for the basic version electric SUV.
The more powerful version will feature a 150 kW electric motor and a 64 kWh battery. Here the basic price will start at 39,000 euro, going up to 42,500 euros and 45,600 euros for the style and premium setups, respectively. Features included in the more expensive versions include a heads-up display, heated and air-conditioned leather seats, a traffic assistant and a cross traffic warning system.
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