Iron Man Suit-Inspired Hyundai Kona Will Cost You At Least $30,550

The new super-hero themed Hyundai Kona Iron Man Edition has arrived in the States.

Created in partnership with Marvel, it comes with the 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo engine and a 7-speed dual-clutch auto. Pricing starts from $30,550 with front-wheel drive and $31,950 with all-wheel drive, and doesn’t include the $1,045 freight charges.

The Kona Iron Man sports a matte grey paint with red accents, and has Iron Man-inspired styling elements such as the unique lighting signature and V-shaped hood garnish, as well as a redesigned front bumper, dark chrome grille and bezel, and Iron Mask emblem on the fenders. The car is equipped with a pair of special 18-inch wheels, with more Iron Man references in the center caps.

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On the inside, the Kona Iron Man adds Tony Stark’s signature to the instrument panel. The Iron Man gear lever and center stack, head-up display with special welcome animantion, red piping and stitching on the seats, and the character’s mask embossing on the seatbacks are also part of the package.

The first units of the small crossover have already arrived at dealers nationwide, joining the regular Kona models. The base SE grade can be had from just under $20,000 with the 2.0-liter four-cylinder unit and a 6-speed auto, with FWD, while the most affordable AWD version costs at least $21,390.


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  • Wayne Alan Carr Heyes

    Really good!

    But a very price to pay! No doubt Marvel get a slice of the profits

  • Bo Hanan

    I see 20-something Asian kids going for this- in Japan. I don’t see a market for this in the USA. Would also be surprised if an adult bought it.

  • Bash

    Meh, ironmansucks. And that is not my computer password. lol

  • sidewaysspin

    All the little design details this car has don’t save it from looking extremely bland, the problem with asian brands is precisely that, they excel at making cars look bland and lacking character and even when they are weird they are the wrong and uncool type of weird, it seems like the people behind them are trying to maximise profit and that to achieve that you have to devoid it of soul.

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