It’s not exactly plug and play, but I have absolutely no experience in programming or coding, and I was able to figure it out in a couple of weeks. The community here has lots of useful information and step by step guides for pretty much everything I’ve done, like finding PIDs, setting up loggers, setting up widgets and even some custom codes. I feel like there’s quite a few Kona 2018/19 owners here who makes lots of good stuff, and the rest of us benefit greatly from it.
Like I said, it’s a bit more complicated than I’m able to explain in a few short sentences, but it’s very much doable, and as far as I can see, it’s easily the best option if your car has no telemetry (Bluelink/Autolink).
You don’t NEED to use a computer, everything can be done from a browser on your phone, though some things are definitely easier with a computer (NOTE: I experienced issues trying to set up loggers using my phone, a workaround was to tick the box for desktop version, probably useful in other scenarios as well.)
I’m afraid it is a bit complicated to configure, but like I said, it’s doable with no past experience. Sure there’s a substantial learning curve, but the trade off is that the possibilities are, maybe not endless, but definitely plentiful.