Cupra unveils the first images of its first 100% electric model: the Born, a sporty compact expected on May 25th.
More than a few days. Before long, Cupra, which has become independent brand since his emancipation from Seat 3 years ago, will lift the veil on his first 100% electric model.
It is indeed next May 25 that will be presented Born, a compact designed to combine electrification and performance. In the meantime, Cupra is already revealing the first details through the publication of some photos. Photos that confirm that the production model will be very aesthetically close to the El Born concept car presented a few months ago including sporty styling, tapered headlamps and bronze accents in the cabin.
For the rest, the Born will be based on the MEB platform of the Volkswagen group, such as ID.3 in particular. Its power could be 299 ch (like the Volkswagen ID.4 GTX) even 315 ch. Also equipped with a sports chassis with piloted suspension, the car will be able to go from 0 to 50 km / h in just 2.9 seconds. Cupra has also already promised a 77 kWh battery for a range of 500 km. It will also be possible to recover 260 km of autonomy in 30 minutes with fast charging.
On board, the atmosphere will be both sporty and premium including sports bucket seats, recycled materials and an augmented reality head-up display. Not to mention a small digital instrument cluster and a large central touch screen.
Produced in Zwickau, Germany, the Cupra Born will be marketed in the second half of 2021,
Before its presentation, discover the Born in video in the company of Jorge Diez, the design boss of Cupra.
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