We purchased our 2021 Hyundai Kona EV in May. The charging was inconsistent. The car has 3200 miles on it, and it will not start. We had it towed to the dealership, and the whole EV battery is bad. It has the same LG battery as the 2019-2020 models that have the recall. Hyundai quit selling the car in the Korean market, but decided to keep selling it elsewhere. I encourage owners with battery issues to report a case on https://www.nhtsa.gov/. I reported a case. The 2021 needs to be included in the recall. This is a very dishonest company. There is no ETA of a fix/new battery. I am very disappointed, as my husband and I liked the power and appearance of the Kona. It was a great vehicle until this issue. We're looking at the lemon law in our state. The lawyer that I spoke with yesterday indicated that Chevy Bolt only had the 2019-2020 models recalled initially. Now, the later models are included. She thought the same may happen with the Kona. This was our first and last Hyundai. Also, there is significant depreciation on these vehicles, most likely because of the battery issues.