Car fares reasonably well, but about that charging infrastructure…
On paper, the Hyundai Kona Electric is a decent vehicle road trip vehicle. Packing a 64-kWh battery that promises 258 EPA-rated miles, the time spent driving between charging stops should be rather long. But, how does this translate into real-world road tripping? The folks at Autocar piled into a sharp looking grey Premium SE example and set a course from North Oxfordshire, England north to Edinburgh, Scotland in a quest to find out.
The problems began before the trip even started. To make the approximate 300 miles of the first leg, at charging stop would be needed.

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