Hyundai Kona Nearly Revealed Before World Debut

by SpeedLux
Hyundai Kona teaser images

Joining with a spree of teasers for the brand new Hyundai Kona compact SUV, the automaker has dropped yet another teaser, this time exposing the SUV almost entirely. The brand-new set of images reveals the front and rear profile of the Kona, providing us a glance of exactly what the future SUVs from Hyundai may appear like.

Hyundai revealed a teaser video for the brand-new Kona just a few days back, which doesn’t expose quite as much about the Kona. What it does expose is the heads-up display screen in the new Kona– which is the first heads-up display used in a Hyundai vehicle.

The new teaser pictures provide us a best appearance yet at the Kona’s split headlights, along with Hyundai’s corporate grille and upper scoop. There are the bulging fenders, thick black fender flares, and a deep, toned character line running down the side of the automobile.

The back of the crossover gets chunky-looking rear reflectors that has the reverse lights. The rear bumper likewise looks fairly hard and rugged. Sadly, there are no pictures or spy shots of the interiors yet.

The Hyundai Kona is scheduled for the world debut in a few weeks from now. Once unveiled, the Kona SUV will lead way to the future Hyundai compact SUVs when it comes to design language.

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