The Hyundai Kona Electric’s N Line appearance package has been priced for Australia, giving the battery-powered SUV sharper looks for an extra cost.

    Available on the Hyundai Kona Electric’s Extended Range and Premium Extended Range variants for an additional $4000 and $3000 respectively, the package includes exterior and interior upgrades seen in the petrol- and hybrid-powered Kona range.

    With the N Line package equipped, the Kona Electric Extended Range’s price increases to $62,000 before on-road costs, while the Kona Electric Premium Extended range starts from $71,000 before on-road costs.

    Included is an N Line body kit – consisting of front and rear bumpers plus side skirts – black beltline highlights, gloss black mirror caps and unique design 19-inch wheels.

    Unlike UK versions, Australian-delivered Kona Electric N Lines score a rear spoiler, bringing its exterior design in line with the petrol model.

    N Line-exclusive exterior colours include Neoteric Yellow, Cyber Grey, and Soultronic Orange (all for an extra $595), in addition to the seven existing finishes.

    Inside the cabin, there’s leather-appointed Alcantara upholstery, a perforated leather steering wheel, Dark Metal interior trim, black headlining, alloy pedals, sports scuff plates, plus Active Red air vent and seat trim highlights.

    Standard equipment which carries across from the base Kona Electric includes reflector-type automatic LED headlights with automatic high-beam, 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and infotainment screens as well as a heat pump, to name a few.

    N Line variants based on the Kona Electric Premium are also fitted with quad projector LED headlights, a Bose eight-speaker premium sound system, 10-way power driver’s seat with memory (and eight-way power front passenger’s seat), a surround-view camera and rear autonomous emergency braking, among other features.

    As the N Line package is only available on the Kona Electric Extended Range variants, it’ll be fitted to cars powered by a single, front-mounted electric motor which can produce up to 150kW of power and 255Nm of torque.

    A 64.8kWh lithium-ion battery pack provides up to 444km of driving range for examples fitted with 19-inch wheels, such as the N Line.

    When connected to a 100kW DC fast-charging station, the new Kona Electric is claimed to be able to charge from 10 to 80 per cent in 45 minutes in both Standard and Extended Range forms.

    Elsewhere in the Kona Electric range, the entry-level trim across both Standard and Extended Range forms now has leather-appointed door rests, while all examples built from June will gain Intelligent Speed Limit Assist technology.

    2025 Hyundai Kona Electric Standard Range$54,000
    2025 Hyundai Kona Electric Extended Range$58,000
    2025 Hyundai Kona Electric Extended Range with N Line package$62,000
    2025 Hyundai Kona Electric Premium Extended Range$68,000
    2025 Hyundai Kona Electric Premium Extended Range with N Line package$71,000

    Prices exclude on-road costs.

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    Jordan Mulach

    Born and raised in Canberra, Jordan has worked as a full-time automotive journalist since 2021, being one of the most-published automotive news writers in Australia before joining CarExpert in 2024.

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