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road test – 2019 hyundai kona electricroad test – 2019 hyundai kona electricroad test – 2019 hyundai kona electric - in a heat pump

by:HICOOL     2019-09-03
road test – 2019 hyundai kona electricroad test – 2019 hyundai kona electricroad test – 2019 hyundai kona electric  -  in a heat pump
What's best: a real-world alternative to gasoline-powered cars.
Worst of all, it would be an expensive offer without the incentive of the federal government.
Interestingly: Kona was named Kauai in Portugal because the pronunciation of Kona is too similar to the vulgar slang in Portuguese.
I must admit in advance that even though I drove most of the electric cars today, I spent no more than a few days behind the steering wheel of any electric car.
I only drive fast chargers at any time to keep them charged.
I live in an older one.
Appliances are not the best house and I have been worried that the wires in the House may have problems charging any type of fully electric vehicle.
Kona electric's extended range is over 400 km, which makes me have to venture to see how practical an electric car without a ready-made fast charging device is.
The electric version of Kona is very different from the version of the gasoline engine.
The front end is already smooth and the grille is clearly replaced by a charging port hidden behind the panel.
The lower headlights have been reduced, giving the front end a cleaner and aerodynamic look.
Inside, the dashboard and cabin are still fresh and airy, surprisingly simple, especially given how complicated the work is under the hood (and seats).
The center consul is getting wider and wider, the gear shift is replaced by four gear selection buttons and an electronic emergency brake is added.
The cup holder has moved forward to the right side of the gear selection button.
There is a slightly larger infotainment screen on the dashboard.
The dial mounted by the steering wheel has now been reallocated to adjust the regenerative power captured during the deceleration.
The seat has been raised nearly three centimeters to accommodate the battery pack installed under the floor, but it is not obvious at all and there is enough head space in the front and back seats.
150 under the hood-kW lithium-
Ion Polymer motor connected to a single
Geared gear drive.
Motor production 150 KW (201 hp. )
The torque is 290/foot.
The motor gets its power from 64-
KWh battery pack with maximum power output of 170-kW.
This combination provides Kona with a first-class maximum range of 415 km.
Use Level 2 240
The Volt charger takes 9 and a half hours to charge Kona, But shortens the charging time to 75 minutes using a level 3 50 KW, using 100-
The KW charger will be reduced to less than an hour again.
The gasoline-powered siblings of Kona Electric include all safety enhancements;
Blind spot collision warning (BCW)
, Lane change assistance and rear crossing
Traffic collision warning (RCCW)
Lane maintenance assistance (LKA)
Forward collision-
Avoid assistance (FCA)
Pedestrian Detection and adaptive cruise control.
I'm determined to make this a reality.
Using 110 of life experiments
With my test, the volt charger can only use the secondary charger if absolutely necessary-which doesn't happen, thankfully.
During the period when I was driving the Kona winter steering wheel, spring had passed and the temperature was much lower than normal, which did make me a little worried as I was going to use the normal 110-
Volt socket has been on it for my week.
When fully charged, the range it gives is really less than 415 km of what is expected and significantly faster than I expected to drop.
After a while, I did find that using a heat pump and timer to warm up the car before I got on the bus would definitely help ease my mileage anxiety, it also helps to adjust the paddles mounted on the wheel using the steering wheel to regenerate the level.
Kona is no doubt proof of the availability of instant torque, especially when the car is in motion mode on the right pedal and the traction control is off.
It's wrong for me to do this because burning rubber can challenge any muscle car.
Kona is very quiet on the road and only road noise and slight wind noise can keep you company even on the highway.
I have to adjust my driving style to really benefit from the Kona top electric range.
I have to learn to be a little less aggressive with the accelerator and get rid of the accelerator as soon as possible to give more regenerative power to the battery pack.
Kona can't claim one-
When the regeneration function is cut off at a speed of about 12 km/h, the pedal driving ability drops, however, I find that instead of using the brake pedal to stop pulling the left paddle, let it stop completely.
During the week in Kona, I did not reduce my daily driving.
I drive to the office every day and run errands after work.
At no time will the cost be less than the capacity of a quarter, if I put it in use for 6 pm.
Every night, in order to drive the next morning, it was fully charged in time.
Kona proved to me that even without 240 miles, this electric vehicle is a real replacement for a petrol-powered carvolt charger.
I can easily spend my life without complaining about charging Kona every night, perhaps because my commute is short and if a longer journey is needed, I still have another car-but isn't that the same as most of us?
What's best: a real-world alternative to gasoline-powered cars.
Worst of all, it would be an expensive offer without the incentive of the federal government.
Interestingly: Kona was named Kauai in Portugal because the pronunciation of Kona is too similar to the vulgar slang in Portuguese.
I must admit in advance that even though I drove most of the electric cars today, I spent no more than a few days behind the steering wheel of any electric car.
I only drive fast chargers at any time to keep them charged.
I live in an older one.
Appliances are not the best house and I have been worried that the wires in the House may have problems charging any type of fully electric vehicle.
Kona electric's extended range is over 400 km, which makes me have to venture to see how practical an electric car without a ready-made fast charging device is.
The electric version of Kona is very different from the version of the gasoline engine.
The front end is already smooth and the grille is clearly replaced by a charging port hidden behind the panel.
The lower headlights have been reduced, giving the front end a cleaner and aerodynamic look.
Inside, the dashboard and cabin are still fresh and airy, surprisingly simple, especially given how complicated the work is under the hood (and seats).
The center consul is getting wider and wider, the gear shift is replaced by four gear selection buttons and an electronic emergency brake is added.
The cup holder has moved forward to the right side of the gear selection button.
There is a slightly larger infotainment screen on the dashboard.
The dial mounted by the steering wheel has now been reallocated to adjust the regenerative power captured during the deceleration.
The seat has been raised nearly three centimeters to accommodate the battery pack installed under the floor, but it is not obvious at all and there is enough head space in the front and back seats.
150 under the hood-kW lithium-
Ion Polymer motor connected to a single
Geared gear drive.
Motor production 150 KW (201 hp. )
The torque is 290/foot.
The motor gets its power from 64-
KWh battery pack with maximum power output of 170-kW.
This combination provides Kona with a first-class maximum range of 415 km.
Use Level 2 240
The Volt charger takes 9 and a half hours to charge Kona, But shortens the charging time to 75 minutes using a level 3 50 KW, using 100-
The KW charger will be reduced to less than an hour again.
The gasoline-powered siblings of Kona Electric include all safety enhancements;
Blind spot collision warning (BCW)
, Lane change assistance and rear crossing
Traffic collision warning (RCCW)
Lane maintenance assistance (LKA)
Forward collision-
Avoid assistance (FCA)
Pedestrian Detection and adaptive cruise control.
I'm determined to make this a reality.
Using 110 of life experiments
With my test, the volt charger can only use the secondary charger if absolutely necessary-which doesn't happen, thankfully.
During the period when I was driving the Kona winter steering wheel, spring had passed and the temperature was much lower than normal, which did make me a little worried as I was going to use the normal 110-
Volt socket has been on it for my week.
When fully charged, the range it gives is really less than 415 km of what is expected and significantly faster than I expected to drop.
After a while, I did find that using a heat pump and timer to warm up the car before I got on the bus would definitely help ease my mileage anxiety, it also helps to adjust the paddles mounted on the wheel using the steering wheel to regenerate the level.
Kona is no doubt proof of the availability of instant torque, especially when the car is in motion mode on the right pedal and the traction control is off.
It's wrong for me to do this because burning rubber can challenge any muscle car.
Kona is very quiet on the road and only road noise and slight wind noise can keep you company even on the highway.
I have to adjust my driving style to really benefit from the Kona top electric range.
I have to learn to be a little less aggressive with the accelerator and get rid of the accelerator as soon as possible to give more regenerative power to the battery pack.
Kona can't claim one-
When the regeneration function is cut off at a speed of about 12 km/h, the pedal driving ability drops, however, I find that instead of using the brake pedal to stop pulling the left paddle, let it stop completely.
During the week in Kona, I did not reduce my daily driving.
I drive to the office every day and run errands after work.
At no time will the cost be less than the capacity of a quarter, if I put it in use for 6 pm.
Every night, in order to drive the next morning, it was fully charged in time.
Kona proved to me that even without 240 miles, this electric vehicle is a real replacement for a petrol-powered carvolt charger.
I can easily spend my life without complaining about charging Kona every night, perhaps because my commute is short and if a longer journey is needed, I still have another car-but isn't that the same as most of us?
What's best: a real-world alternative to gasoline-powered cars.
Worst of all, it would be an expensive offer without the incentive of the federal government.
Interestingly: Kona was named Kauai in Portugal because the pronunciation of Kona is too similar to the vulgar slang in Portuguese.
I must admit in advance that even though I drove most of the electric cars today, I spent no more than a few days behind the steering wheel of any electric car.
I only drive fast chargers at any time to keep them charged.
I live in an older one.
Appliances are not the best house and I have been worried that the wires in the House may have problems charging any type of fully electric vehicle.
Kona electric's extended range is over 400 km, which makes me have to venture to see how practical an electric car without a ready-made fast charging device is.
The electric version of Kona is very different from the version of the gasoline engine.
The front end is already smooth and the grille is clearly replaced by a charging port hidden behind the panel.
The lower headlights have been reduced, giving the front end a cleaner and aerodynamic look.
Inside, the dashboard and cabin are still fresh and airy, surprisingly simple, especially given how complicated the work is under the hood (and seats).
The center consul is getting wider and wider, the gear shift is replaced by four gear selection buttons and an electronic emergency brake is added.
The cup holder has moved forward to the right side of the gear selection button.
There is a slightly larger infotainment screen on the dashboard.
The dial mounted by the steering wheel has now been reallocated to adjust the regenerative power captured during the deceleration.
The seat has been raised nearly three centimeters to accommodate the battery pack installed under the floor, but it is not obvious at all and there is enough head space in the front and back seats.
150 under the hood-kW lithium-
Ion Polymer motor connected to a single
Geared gear drive.
Motor production 150 KW (201 hp. )
The torque is 290/foot.
The motor gets its power from 64-
KWh battery pack with maximum power output of 170-kW.
This combination provides Kona with a first-class maximum range of 415 km.
Use Level 2 240
The Volt charger takes 9 and a half hours to charge Kona, But shortens the charging time to 75 minutes using a level 3 50 KW, using 100-
The KW charger will be reduced to less than an hour again.
The gasoline-powered siblings of Kona Electric include all safety enhancements;
Blind spot collision warning (BCW)
, Lane change assistance and rear crossing
Traffic collision warning (RCCW)
Lane maintenance assistance (LKA)
Forward collision-
Avoid assistance (FCA)
Pedestrian Detection and adaptive cruise control.
I'm determined to make this a reality.
Using 110 of life experiments
With my test, the volt charger can only use the secondary charger if absolutely necessary-which doesn't happen, thankfully.
During the period when I was driving the Kona winter steering wheel, spring had passed and the temperature was much lower than normal, which did make me a little worried as I was going to use the normal 110-
Volt socket has been on it for my week.
When fully charged, the range it gives is really less than 415 km of what is expected and significantly faster than I expected to drop.
After a while, I did find that using a heat pump and timer to warm up the car before I got on the bus would definitely help ease my mileage anxiety, it also helps to adjust the paddles mounted on the wheel using the steering wheel to regenerate the level.
Kona is no doubt proof of the availability of instant torque, especially when the car is in motion mode on the right pedal and the traction control is off.
It's wrong for me to do this because burning rubber can challenge any muscle car.
Kona is very quiet on the road and only road noise and slight wind noise can keep you company even on the highway.
I have to adjust my driving style to really benefit from the Kona top electric range.
I have to learn to be a little less aggressive with the accelerator and get rid of the accelerator as soon as possible to give more regenerative power to the battery pack.
Kona can't claim one-
When the regeneration function is cut off at a speed of about 12 km/h, the pedal driving ability drops, however, I find that instead of using the brake pedal to stop pulling the left paddle, let it stop completely.
During the week in Kona, I did not reduce my daily driving.
I drive to the office every day and run errands after work.
At no time will the cost be less than the capacity of a quarter, if I put it in use for 6 pm.
Every night, in order to drive the next morning, it was fully charged in time.
Kona proved to me that even without 240 miles, this electric vehicle is a real replacement for a petrol-powered carvolt charger.
I can easily spend my life without complaining about charging Kona every night, perhaps because my commute is short and if a longer journey is needed, I still have another car-but isn't that the same as most of us?
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