Automotive Hyundai Kona Malaysian Virtual Launch

Published on October 30th, 2020 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Hyundai Kona Malaysian Virtual Launch At 3pm Today

The Hyundai Kona crossover has been a success story for Hyundai around the globe since its introduction in 2017 and has a rapidly-growing market share. Within only three years, this stylish crossover has become one of Hyundai’s most popular models in Europe. Since its launch, more than 228,000 units have been sold in the region. Winner of the 2018 iF Design Award, the 2018 Red Dot Award, the 2018 IDEA design award, and more, its design has been consistently praised by customers and reviewers alike.

Now the Hyundai Kona arrives in Malaysia and its official launch is this afternoon at 3.00pm and Hyundai Malaysia is inviting all of you to watch this launch from the comfort of your home or office. 

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PRESS RELEASE: The Hyundai Kona is named after an iconic coastal area of Hawaii, famous among thrill-seeking travelers. The Kona will be a Complete Built-Up version fully imported from Hyundai Motor Company’s (HMC) Ulsan plant in South Korea. With the arrival of Hyundai’s Kona, the company has a total of three SUVs in its range, which includes the Tucson and the Santa Fe. The Kona rides on an all-new Compact SUV platform and it is also Hyundai Sime Darby Motor’s (HSDM) first B-segment SUV, targeted at consumers with active lifestyles.

Hyundai Kona Malaysian Virtual Launch

This Compact SUV continues Hyundai’s new design identity with an expressive and powerful front dominated by the cascading grille, the company’s signature look. The Hyundai Kona’s “urban smart armor” exterior styling features a voluminous, aggressive body complemented by a low and wide stance for great looks and confident handling in a variety of urban and adventure-oriented driving environments. 

Hyundai Kona Malaysian Virtual Launch

Other features include separated type composite light with the LED Daytime Running Lights positioned on top of the LED headlights, and as is characteristic of SUVs, the elevated seating position provides better visibility for drivers. A new feature is the head-up display projecting key driving information directly in the driver’s line of sight.

“We are excited about the launch of the Kona as it’s an entirely new product for us in this segment and we are reassured of a good response for the Kona. The Compact SUV is in great demand not only in Malaysia but globally as well,” said Mr Low Yuan Lung, Managing Director of HSDM.

Hyundai Kona Malaysian Virtual Launch

“The SUV and Compact SUV market is growing exponentially so we see a great market potential for all our SUVs, which includes the 7-seater Santa Fe, and 5-seater Tucson as well as this upcoming new model – Kona which is targeted at the younger generation,” added Mr Low.

The Hyundai Kona which was first launched in Korea in 2017 is gaining popularity. Hyundai Motor Company has sold more than 600,000 units worldwide up until July 2020 (excluding HEV and EV variants).

Hyundai Kona Malaysian Virtual Launch

The Hyundai Kona is an award winning Compact SUV with awards and accolades from all over the world. Among awards received include the Australia’s 2020 Drive Small SUV of the Year, 2020 NHTSA 5-star Overall Safety Rating, 2019 NEMPA (New England Motor Press Association) Best-in-Class Subcompact SUV, 2019 North American SUV of the Year, 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick+, 2018 Good Design Award by the Chicago Anthenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and more.

Those who are interested in finding out more, may contact Hyundai at 1300-13-2000 or log on to www.hyundai.com.myto locate the nearest showroom.

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