The Hyundai range of SUVs - now comprising of the large Hyundai Santa Fe and the smaller Hyundai Tucson - is to be joined by a new, smaller SUV - the Hyundai Kona. Along with the confirmation, the company has released the first teaser image of the sub-compact SUV.
The headlamp pictured above is all we now officially know about the looks of the Hyundai Kona, a new SUV launching later in 2017.
Reports suggest the Kona could share four-wheel-drive technology with the larger Hyundai Santa Fe, giving it an advantage over many subcompact crossover rivals.
Hyundai has given a sneak peek of its upcoming Kona SUV. It features a progressive style that reflects the lifestyle of modern customers.
Design-wise, the 2018 Kona is said to have "true SUV genes" with a bold, striking design and enhanced driving dynamics.
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The Hyundai Kona was previewed by the Hyundai Intrado concept in 2014 and is expected to ride on the modified Hyundai i20 platform.
Hyundai is finally giving us a peek at its long-rumored subcompact crossover.
We will have more details on the Hyundai Kona as and when they are released. In 2005, Hyundai opened its own UK subsidiary, Hyundai Motor UK Ltd, based in High Wycombe. When it arrives in the autumn, it'll be the smallest SUV in Hyundai's range, sitting beneath both the Tucson and Santa Fe. All passenger cars come with Hyundai's industry-leading 5 Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty package.