2022 Hyundai Kona Limited Exterior  
 

An all-new Hyundai Kona arrives on the scene in 2022, as the Kona gets its first significant updates since its debut in 2018. The latest Hyundai Kona gets a refreshed appearance with a more contemporary exterior design. A new trim level in this year's lineup called the N Line has a sportier look with a more aerodynamic profile and bold LED headlights. The Kona has an impressive amount of cargo storage space in 2022, and it has plenty of room for five in its equally spacious cabin. With a long list of standard and available tech features and safety aids, the 2022 Hyundai is more ready for adventure this year than ever.

On the inside, the 2022 Hyundai Kona has changed across every inch of its cabin. The interior has some aesthetic changes that give the Kona a more modern appearance, including a cleaner center design with a "waterfall" design for the center stack. The cabin also gets upscale touches, such as ambient interior lighting. Split-folding seats are added to the Kona's interior this year to make way for as many people or hold as many suitcases as needed.

2022 Hyundai Kona Limited Interior 

The latest Kona adds more features to its list of safety aids for a complete package. Highway driving assist is now available for the first time. You can order a reverse parking distance warning system for your Kona, which uses sensor-based technology to warn you if you are in danger of hitting objects while backing up. Forward collision avoidance is also offered as an add-on safety aid. Pedestrian detection can also be added to the Kona. More tech features are also available this year than ever before, including the option of upgrading from the standard eight-inch touchscreen display to a larger 10.25-inch display. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard, but you can also upgrade to wireless editions of both. The Kona is also now accessible with a Hyundai Digital Key system that starts the engine remotely, offers hands-free access to the trunk, unlocks the car's doors, and more. Wireless device charging, another handy amenity, is also available this year.

Drivers looking for more excitement behind the wheel can now choose an even sportier Kona called the N Line, which is new this year. The N Line has its powerful turbocharged engine capable of up to 195 HP. The N Line is also ready to conquer the elements with all-wheel drive. A sporty exterior with sculpted LED headlights completes the N Line's athletic build.

Contact us today for all the details on the 2022 Hyundai Kona.

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