Kona electric car in Nepali market, 305 km on a single charge

Lakshmi Intercontinental, the official distributor of Hyundai Automobiles, has unveiled Hyundai’s new electric car ‘Kona’ in the Nepali market.

The Hyundai Kona electric car, which has been selling in Nepal for the past two years, has undergone many modifications in its facelift this time, the company said.

The company says that new security features and advanced connectivity features have been added to the corners, including several upgrades to the interior and exterior.

The new corner features advanced safety features such as Smart Sense Safety Suite, regenerative braking, pedal shifter, drive Wi-Fi system and climate pre-setting.

Looking at the exterior, the Hyundai Kona features a newly designed grille, new daytime running lights and larger taillights, while the Kona Electric can be driven up to 305 kilometers on a single full charge. The new corner features a 39.2-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion polymer battery with a multi-stage high-voltage safety system, which will increase the range of high energy density, the company said.

The eight-inch touchscreen visual navigation system in the corner is said to enhance the driving experience.

According to the company, the car will be available in excellent color options like Atlas White, Cyber ​​Gray, Galactic Gray, Pulse Red, Surfi Blue and Dark Knight. Currently, charging stations have been set up at 36 different places in Nepal. The company aims to set up 50 charging stations within this year to not only sell electric vehicles in Nepal but also to develop the culture of electric vehicles.