MOTORS REVIEW: The EV-olution of the Cupra

MOTORS REVIEW: The EV-olution of the Cupra

By Tom Sharpe | 18/06/2022

MOTORS REVIEW: The EV-olution of the Cupra

THE Cupra brand will launch three new cars over the next three years as it targets annual sales of 500,000 units.

Seat’s breakaway performance offering will add two more EVs alongside the existing Born hatchback.

The Cupra Tavascan SUV will arrive in 2024 and is expected to make use of the 299PS all-electric, all-wheel-drive setup from Volkswagen’s ID4 GTX.

In 2025, the brand will introduce the UrbanRebel, a compact EV SUV to sit beneath the Born.

The compact, front-wheel-drive model will use a 226PS motor and have a range of up to 273 miles.

Cupra will also launch the Terramar, an SUV with a similar footprint to its existing Ateca model.

The Terramar will be offered with a new-generation of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) drivetrains, providing a zero-emission range of more than 60 miles.



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