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Hyundai Kona Jade is ready for urban adventure from inside the SEMA Show – Cars, the first Arab automotive website

Cars – During the SEMA show in the United States, Hyundai launched an urban adventure vehicle based on the Kona models. The new experimental car is called the Hyundai Kona Jade Concept. The car was designed in cooperation with the supplier of original spare parts and accessories for the brand, Mobis. It’s ready to hit the city streets with a wealth of style accoutrements, a Thule roof box, and a vintage electric bike to help navigate rush hour traffic.

The Hyundai Kona has been redesigned for 2024 with new features that actually make the car better. The engines are the same as before. The company wants to show how good a platform the Kona relies on for any lifestyle, and what better way to do that than with a concept model at the SEMA Show.

The car was equipped with a new special color, and the car is considered an experimental model that focuses on regular roads, and many hope that this car will actually be produced. The car received aerodynamic improvements thanks to the Air Design, which includes a strong front lip and a new rear wing. It’s also lower in height thanks to some Eibach springs that lower the height by a couple of inches. This should help make driving around town feel sportier. This is also helped by polished black HRE 520M wheels shod with aggressive Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. This ensures maximum control in traffic.

The Thule Pulse Alpine storage box helps expand storage space but the best part is the electric bike. No details were given about it other than the fact that it comes with Michelin Power Gravel tires, but it looks great on the Thule Epos bike rack.

Inside, the front seats have been replaced with custom Recaro Sportster CS seats in a unique plaid pattern that matches the color scheme. Hyundai also has many original company accessories available, such as unique door sills, charging tray, and floor mats. They also added a Scosche PowerUp 32k portable charger and an inVert 200 DC-to-AC adapter to ensure devices are always fully charged.

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