2022 Hyundai Kona Limited Exterior  
 

Significant changes are in store for the Hyundai Kona in 2022. This year marks Kona's first comprehensive update since 2018. The Kona has modifications inside and out this year, with a sleeker and more streamlined appearance on the outside matched by equally appealing and contemporary interior upgrades. The 2022 Kona lineup is also expanded this year, with a new, sportier trim level called the N Line joining the lineup. All around, the Kona's updates make it one of the most popular and appealing subcompact SUVs on the market.

Along with its exterior changes, one of the biggest improvements for the Hyundai Kona in 2022 is introducing new technology. This year, the Kona upgrades to a larger and more advanced eight-inch infotainment system. It has brighter, more visible graphics on the background screen to make the system more user-friendly overall.

The Kona also upgrades from regular Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to wireless versions of both. A sleek and contemporary digital instrument panel is newly available for the Hyundai Kona, and you can opt for a larger 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen display. More safety technology is added to the Kona in 2022, including lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and rear automatic braking. Reverse parking distance warning, highway driving assist, and pedestrian detection are available. The Kona's ride quality is also smoother and more refined for 2022 with a retuned suspension system.

2022 Hyundai Kona Limited Interior 

While the Hyundai Kona had a pleasant and upscale cabin, to begin with, its interior is even nicer this year with the addition of ambient interior lighting and a new "waterfall" design for the center stack. For the first time, the Hyundai Kona is offered with a Hyundai Digital Key that allows you to use your smartphone to unlock the car doors, open the trunk, start the engine from a distance, and more.

Also notable this year is the arrival of a new trim level called the N Line. The N Line features a more potent turbo engine for more speed and power. The N Line is powered by a 1.6L turbo engine with a top power output of 195 HP. This trim level also has all-wheel drive and a racetrack-inspired sporty look. An automatic fast-shifting transmission adds to the N Line's thrilling ride. The N Line has a more aggressive appearance than the other Kona trim levels, including streamlined LED headlights.

To learn more about the 2022 Hyundai Kona, contact our dealership today.

Categories: Kona, Technology, New Models

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