There are two, and kind of four, ways to have your Kona Hybrid, which begins with the aptly-named Kona, which is $36,000 plus on-road costs. That same model can be fitted with an N Line pack, which lifts the price to $40,000.
Alternatively, you can spring for the Kona Premium, yours for $43,500, or again equip the N Line pack, which will set you back $46,500.
The base cars get a pretty handy spec offering, including 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and tail-lights, heated and powered wing mirrors, satin chrome exterior flourishes, and a cool EV-led design ethos which includes the light bar that spans the bonnet and boot.
Inside, there's a 12.3-inch central screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, LED interior lighting, dual-zone climate control and push-button start. Also new(ish) is Hyundai's Bluelink connectivity with over-the-air updates.
Ticking the N Line box gives you a second 12.3-inch screen, this time a digital instrument cluster, as well as the better headlights which are standard on the Premium. Most of all, though, you get N Line styling, inside and out.
Step up to the Kona Premium and you add some extra safety kit, which we'll cover in a moment, as well as a powered boot, a second 12.3-inch screen that acts as the driver display, better headlights, a better eight-speaker Bose stereo, heated and ventilated front seats (that are heated in the rear, too), and standard navigation – which you won't use, because Google Maps.
Waving the N Line wand over the Premium adds only the N Line styling tweaks, without really impacting the equipment list.