Is Hyundai Serious About The Kona Electric?

With decent range (the longest of any non-Tesla plug-in out there), DC quick charging as standard and a price tag that won’t break the bank, the Hyundai Kona Electric seems to be a car that would be sold in as many places as possible.

After all, with rave initial reviews and Europeans already on wait-lists to get them, it would make sense for Hyundai to capitalize on this plug-in’s popularity.

Yet the Hyundai Kona Electric is currently only being sold in a few select markets. It’s likely to continue that way, with customers being told in some markets that their wait may be longer than a year.

So why is Hyundai being so slow to roll out the Kona Electric? Is it just another compliance car? Or is there another reason?

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