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Pearl - Galactic grey
Special solid - Atlas white
White is a popular colour. It suits the Kona Electric well and should appeal to plenty of used buyers when the time comes to sell the car on. Just keep in mind that Atlas white is a solid finish, and there’s a choice of metallics that don’t cost a whole lot more.
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Special solid - Ignite red
Although it’s a solid colour, Ignite red is bright and eyecatching. It makes the Kona Electric look surprisingly sporty. Even so, we’d be tempted to spend just a little bit more for a metallic or pearlescent paint that will lend the Kona a more upmarket appearance.
Metallic - Chalk white
Metallic - Cyber grey
Hyundai knows that grey is the most popular colour for new cars in Britain, so cleverly they offer Kona Electric buyers a choice of three different grey paints. Cyber grey is the lighter of the two metallics (there’s also a pearlescent grey), although there’s not a huge difference between them. From a future resale perspective, you really can’t go wrong with grey.
Metallic - Galactic grey
Grey works well with the shape of the Kona Electric. Galactic grey looks understated by stylish. People won’t stop and stare, but it will attract admiring glances. Another plus point is that grey is reasonably easy to keep looking clean.
Metallic - Ultimate red
Metallic/Pearl - Acid Yellow
Metallic/Pearl - Pulse Red
Pearl - Abyss black
Abyss black will show the dirt, but otherwise this pearlescent paint has a lot to recommend it. The Kona Electric looks a lot more purposeful in black than in most other colours, and the pearlescent finish looks great on a sunny day.
Pearl - Ecotronic grey
Ecotronic grey is the darkest of the three greys Hyundai offers to Kona Electric buyers. It’s a pearl paint, so uses ceramic particles rather than flecks of metal to achieve a deep reflective finish that changes in different lights. Grey is the most popular colour for cars in Britain, so it should attract plenty of buyers when the time comes to sell the car on.
Special pearl - Ceramic blue
Special pearl - Tangerine comet