To comply with the highest European safety standards, the All-New Kona features a long list of the latest active safety and driving assistance features: Hyundai SmartSense™.
The Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) contributed to the five-star rating by passing all tests successfully. The system alerts the driver in unsafe movements at over 60 km/h by sensing the car’s position. It sounds an alarm before the car moves over white, grey and blue lines as well as Bott’s dots on the road, and warns the driver acoustically and visually before inducing corrective steering to guide the vehicle back to a safe position.
The Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA) is an advanced active safety feature available in the All-New Kona that alerts drivers to emergency situations, braking autonomously if required. Using front radar and camera sensors, FCA operates in three stages. Initially warning the driver visually and acoustically, it controls the brake according to the collision danger stage and applies maximum braking force to avoid a collision or minimise damage when a collision is unavoidable. The system is activated when a vehicle or pedestrian is sensed in front of the car, operating at speeds of 8 km/h or above.
As well as being equipped with the Hyundai SmartSense™ active safety technologies, the Hyundai Kona also offers true SUV capability, thanks to the option of four-wheel drive. The car’s progressive character is further underlined by its modern connectivity features. It is being launched throughout Europe starting this quarter.
1.0 T-GDi (120 PS): Fuel consumption combined: 5.4 – 5.2 l/100 km; urban: 6.3 – 6.0 l/100 km;
extra-urban: 5.0 – 4.7 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 125 – 117 g/km
1.6 T-GDi (177 PS): Fuel consumption combined: 6.7 l/100 km; urban: 8.0 l/100 km;
extra-urban: 6.0 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 153 g/km
* Depending on trim and tyre specifications.