New York Auto Show: Hyundai Teases Kona SUV

Posted: Apr 4 2017, 3:42am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
New York Auto Show: Hyundai Teases Kona SUV
  • Hyundai Kona SUV is coming to NY Auto Show this year
  • It will be launched in Western markets first

A new teaser of the upcoming SUV by company is released.

Get ready to see the smallest SUV ever produced by Hyundai. The company will unveil its smallest SUV produced ever in the 2017 New York International Auto Show.

The company just released a teaser image of this Hyundai Kona SUV that is supposed to make a debut in the show. It is expected that the SUV will go on sales shortly after it is unveiled in the event.

The upcoming Hyundai Kona SUV is named after a famous Hawaiian village. We received its spy shots earlier which shows that it has a matching design and body like that of the i20 Active. It looks like a raised hatchback due to its small size.

The teaser image that was recently released by the company showed a two tier headlamp design. This design is pretty similar to the lights of Nissan Juke.

We are expecting to see number of new teasers and hints about the car as the day pf release will approach. The company will release Kona to sit below Tuscan in the global line up. It is expected that it will have a turbo petrol engine.

Hyundai is all set to launch 30 new models by the year 2021. Kona will be the part of these 30 new models too. It will be introduced for the first time in Europe.

After that it will be introduced in Australia and later in other markets. It will be Hyundai’s fourth and smallest in size SUV in the lineup of this kind. Hyundai Kona SUV was first introduced as a conceit names Intrado in the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It is time that the concept sees the light of production soon.

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