The Kona EV has now been released in Korea.
Here's a photo of the price sheet.
Some details -
The standard car is the 64kWh version. It comes in two trims Modern and Premium.
To get the 39.2kWh version you tick the 'Light Package' option.
The 'Winter Package' is an extra that gives you heat pump and battery heater.
The 64kWh version has nominal voltage 356V and nominal capacity 180Ah. (60Ah * 3)
The 39.2kWh version has nominal voltage 327V and nominal capacity 120Ah. (60Ah * 2)
It seems highly likely given these figures that the cells used in the Kona EV are almost
the same as the one we have seen in the B olt EV.
Hence the 64kWh version has 3 cells in parallel to form a cell group and the the 39.2kWh version has 2.
For 64kWh version - 3.7V * 60Ah * 288 cells = 64kWh and 3.7V * 96 cell triplets = 355.2V
compared to the B olt EV - 3.6V * 58Ah * 288 cells = 60kWh and 3.6V * 96 cell triplets = 345.6V
Details on this cell here - Comparing Battery Chemistries
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