Hyundai Kona Electric 75 MPH Efficiency Test Results


The 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric, known for its good value, has been put to the test in an efficiency and range test at 75 mph highway speeds. With an EPA-rated range of 261 miles and a WLTP estimated range of 319 miles, this small electric crossover aims to impress with its performance under high-speed conditions.

Why does it matter?

YouTube creator Kris Rifa took the Kona Electric on the highway, noting its efficiency and charging capabilities. Despite optimal testing conditions, the vehicle showed good efficiency but some noise at high speeds. The car managed to cover 132 miles with 18% battery remaining, showing promising results in terms of range and battery performance.

How is it going to shape the future?

The Kona Electric’s performance in the efficiency test, achieving 70.5% of the City/Highway combined range estimate, indicates its potential in the small electric crossover market. With improvements in battery capacity and efficiency, the future looks bright for the Hyundai Kona Electric, especially as electric vehicles continue to gain popularity. Will this efficiency test sway your opinion on choosing the Kona Electric for your next vehicle?