More businesses in New Zealand are vying to put electric vehicles (EVs) on the road due to rising energy prices and growing climate change concerns.
Compared to conventional cars that use internal combustion engines, EVs are hailed as one of the more effective ways to achieve carbon neutrality and, in the long run, as a way to avoid skyrocketing oil prices.
The New Zealand Electric Car Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Surely, electric cars are the wave of the future, and Hyundai NZ is at the forefront of that movement. Hyundai has expanded its lineup of SUVs with an all-electric, zero-emission vehicle following the debut of the Kona in New Zealand.
The brand-new Kona Electric is the first compact e-SUV to be introduced in New Zealand, and it is seen as somewhat of a milestone in the EV industry.
Innovative electric car technology and New Zealand’s preferred body type, the SUV, are skillfully combined in the Kona Electric. It is a genuine zero-emission electric driving alternative that maintains the design, elegance, and interior spaciousness that distinguish Kona from the competition.
In the near future, New Zealand will only accept the Kona Electric extended range 64kwh model, which has a practical “real world” driving range of more than 400 km on a single charge. Using a DC quick charger, the battery can be charged from empty to 80% in about 75 minutes.
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