Hyundai releases teaser photos of the 2021 Kona with a facelift and N Line trim

After the spread and circulation of spy shots online, Hyundai finally releases teaser photos of its Kona which now features a facelift, along with a special N Line trim for the subcompact crossover. 

2021 Hyundai Kona teaser

Since its debut, the Hyundai Kona has captured the hearts of many buyers all thanks to its youthful and bold design. Now, the subcompact crossover has gone through some nip and tuck, and it certainly looks more stylish than ever. Based on its teaser photos, the Kona appears to have a redesigned fascia that’s strongly executed. It now has a new grille, new front bumper, and a new layout for both the Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) and headlights. Moreover, it may seem that the front’s design is reinforced with a few chrome accents, which does work very well. Lastly, unlike the pre-updated Kona, the Hyundai logo of this upcoming model is now situated between the DRLs.

2021 Hyundai Kona N Line teaser

The N Line on the other is quite identical with the standard Kona, however, it does get a few distinctive design cues up front which makes this trim rather distinctive. To start it all off, this trim gets a different front bumper that’s meaner and sportier than the one found on the standard Kona. While the front lighting layout remains the same, the logo on the other hand was repositioned on the grille instead, while in between the Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) you’ll find a functional and sporty looking low-set air intake holes which should enhance the overall aerodynamics of the subcompact crossover. Lastly, the main distinction of this trim is the N Line badge which is located beside the Hyundai logo.

Likewise, given that this is just teaser photos, Hyundai hasn’t disclosed the powerplant options for both trim models. Then again, these teaser photos just scream excitement and I bet most of you are craving for more in-depth details, Worry no more, as further information about the upcoming crossover will be released in the following weeks. So keep your eyes peeled and stay tuned for updates.

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