https://insideevs.com/hyundai-kona-ev-gets-official-range-rating-292-miles/Hyundai Kona EV Gets Official Range Rating of 292 Miles
(470 km) That's for the 64.2 kWh battery, and is WLTP. The 39.2 kWh version is credited with 186 miles (300 km), 133 hp motor (99 kW), 291 lb.-ft. (395 N-m) and 0-62 (0-100km) of 9.3 sec. vs. 7.6 for the bigger battery car which has a 201 hp (150kW) motor with the same torque as the base model.
Once the battery is depleted, it will take around 6 hours and 10 minutes to fully recharge the 39.2-kWh pack whereas the larger 64-kWh pack will need roughly 9 hours and 40 minutes. Thankfully, Hyundai has implemented a quick-charge facility for those in a hurry. Using the 100-kW DC fast charger, both flavors of the Kona Electric will “fill up” the batteries to an 80-percent level in just 54 minutes. . . .
If you’re worried the battery pack will eat into the available room inside, Hyundai mentions the Kona’s all-new platform has allowed the engineers to neatly integrate the battery packs without having a negative impact on cabin space. Without the charging cable, the trunk can swallow up to 373 liters of storage, while with the charging cable the number decreases to 332. . . .
According to some sources, the Kona Electric will land in the United States in the first half of 2019, carrying a base price of just under $40,000. It will be offered with only one battery option in the U.S., the larger 64-kWh one.