2024 Hyundai Kona Electric N Line surfaces looks like sportier.

Hyundai Motor Europe’s best-selling EV, the Hyundai Kona Electric, gets the sporty N Line treatment, complete with eye-catching design elements that are sure to turn heads on the road.

The 2024 Kona Electric marks a major advance over its predecessor. Hyundai updated the design of the Ioniq 5 and 6 for a more modern and efficient look.

The 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric is about 6 inches longer than the previous generation, providing more legroom in the rear seat. The inside has been renovated and now includes Hyundai’s next-generation infotainment system. Dual 12.3-inch touchscreens and a quicker user interface are now standard, as is support for Apple CarPlay and Wireless Android Auto.

2024 Hyundai Kona Electric N Line surfaces looks like sportier.

However, the current N Line version is fully new for this model year. Hyundai has included a number of N Line components for an instantly recognizable design. It has more aggressive front and back bumpers, as well as unique 19-inch wheels.

Inside, there are new sport seats with red stitching and N Line emblems. The Kona Electric N Line’s steering wheel and console have red accents, giving it a sports car vibe. There are also N Line metal pedals and gloss black side mirrors.

The Hyundai Kona N-Line was originally made available to customers in the United Kingdom. They can select between two trims: N Line and N Line S. The Hyundai Kona Electric N Line with fabric seats and a 65 kWh battery starts at €46,473. The N Line S model, including “eco-alcantara” and leather, starts at €49,579 and includes heated and ventilated seats, as well as a premium BOSE sound system.

On the outside, the N Line S has distinctive full-width DRL and full-projection LED headlamps, as well as enhanced safety measures. Production of the new Hyundai Kona Electric N Line will begin in February, with the first models hitting the market this spring.

2024 Hyundai Kona Electric N Line surfaces looks like sportier.

While this model is originally aimed at the European market, there is a good chance that Hyundai will release the N Line variant in the US. As demand for electric vehicles continues to rise, the United States has emerged as a critical market for Hyundai. Hyundai and Kia accounted for over 8% of the US passenger EV market in 2023, with approximately 117,000 electric vehicles shipped, despite not qualifying for the $7,500 EV tax credit, which is presently only available through leasing.

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