Hyundai’s first-ever KONA is an SUV designed for today’s driver.
It’s built with the space, features, and capabilities that allow drivers to venture farther with their vehicle, whether to capture an Instagram-worthy shot in a location outside the city, to camp with friends in the middle of a forest, or just to venture out for a day and experience what your city has to offer – the KONA can handle it all. Let’s look at how the KONA is built for great experiences:
Standard 60/40 Split Fold-down Rear Seatback for Cargo and Friends
Shoppers who fear that an urban SUV won’t cater to their cargo needs have nothing to fear with the Hyundai KONA. The rear seatback can be folded down in a 60/40 split, or completely folded, allowing for flexible combinations of cargo and passenger carrying capacity. Plus, it has a dual-level cargo floor to load objects of various shapes and sizes. Drivers can load up friends and gear for any adventure with ease.
Voice Destination Search with Hyundai Blue Link®
With so many navigation systems on the market, Hyundai has stepped up the game with its sophisticated available Blue Link Voice Destination Search, powered by Google™. The driver can use voice commands to search for Points of Interest on their smartphone, and then send the destination to the KONA’s navigation system, allowing you to get to your next great experience that much faster.
Available AWD with Multilink Rear Suspension
The KONA doesn’t shy away from the path less traveled, which is why it offers available All Wheel Drive with Multilink Rear Suspension to give the driver enhanced traction when driving on various terrains. The system works to allow optimal handling, better cornering, and improved traction on slippery or bumpier surfaces.
Standard Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™
Hyundai wants you to go out and experience the world, but they don’t want you to have to leave your technology behind to do it. That’s why they’ve made Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard across every KONA trim level. Drivers can connect their Apple or Android smartphone to the vehicle to make phone calls, send and receive text messages, use their phone’s navigation system, and activate compatible apps with voice commands and the touchscreen.
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