2018 Hyundai Kona Update Info
2018 Hyundai Kona. The name of Kona also continues in the tradition of Hyundai (mainly the United States) of naming SUVs and crossover models after acclaimed travel destinations – Creta, Santa Fe, Tucson and Veracruz to name a few. Hyundai Kona is the potential name for the next compact SUV.
This will be the name of the new compact SUV that will be competitive with Maruti Vitara Priza and Ford Ecosport. We were the first to unveil the fact that the new Grand i10 will get a new 1.2 liter diesel engine, months before its recent unveiling. Hyundai will be the new compact SUV that will be less than 4 meters.
Like other Hyundai vehicles, 2018 Hyundai Kona is the name of the great Hawaiian Island. Again another island near the main American land. One of our sources suggested that the name of the new SUV would be from Hyundai. We share more details with you.
Hyundai has been known as the i20 SUV so far. This will be sharing the same platform with Hyundai’s current compact vehicles. Being a monocoque, the drive will be a front drive and will not be available in India. At the same time, Hyundai’s design will be similar to the design we have seen in Europe.
Hyundai is working on a range of new engines. The 1.0-liter direct injection turbo gasoline will make one of the Hyundai Kona. Then there will be up to 1.4-liter gasoline and 1.4-liter diesel mills that will be available on Hyundai-Kona. The 2018 Hyundai Kona will be with a six-speed manual and possibly even an SUV or automatic transmission as well. Diesel must also get two pedal layout. Hyundai is working on a new range of SUVs in India and this compact will be the smallest offer.
A direct competition to 2018 Hyundai Kona will be Maruti Vitara Priza and Ford Ecosport. The next SUV will include the Tata Nixon. We reckon this compact SUV will be somewhere between the Ener 8 and the Kees to Enkh 12 Khas (on the road price). This should be the ideal pricing for a SUV.
Hyundai can consider imposing a premium, but even then needs to create a gap between 2018 Hyundai Kona and Creta. Kona will sit under Tucson’s domestic Korean line-up manufacturers, going toe to toe with rivals such as the Mazda SC-3, Honda HER-V and Toyota C-HR. It is the first time Hyundai will have a player in the smallest cross-section in Australia. Although the company offers Creta in China and i20 active in Europe and Asia-Pacific markets selection.
The Kia sister company has been set up to follow-up with its own version of Kona at some point in the next 12 months. The suspense picture (top) Previews the top of the front design of the 2018 Hyundai Kona light bulb Class II – Like the look worn by many Citroen models – Of the pre-production versions of the smallest SUV in the company.