After the Cupra officially separated from Satt and created its first flagship as a separate brand, it also introduced its first electric vehicle. After all, for the sport-oriented premium brand, electric mobility is part of the short-term plans.
The novelty is called Born and is based on the El Born concept, which was introduced as a seat at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019. Due to the characteristics of the MEB platform, similar to the Volkswagen ID.3, it has short body parts. , Long and large wheel bases up to 20 inches.
Specifically, the vehicle has a length of 4,322 mm, a width of 1,809 mm and a height of 1,537 mm, and a wheelbase of 2,765 mm. The exterior details refer to other Cupra models, featuring cloudy LED headlights, connecting taillights and optional brass accessories.
The interior is also familiar in proportions, but the dashboard, infotainment system and other elements differ from the Volkswagen mentioned above. 12-inch central touch screen, the latest generation of information and entertainment offers advanced online services. Crew should have enough space thanks to the flat floor and wheelbase above level.
Cupra Born is always at least for now. The electric motor delivers 110 kW, 150 hp, or 150 kW, 204 hp. For a more powerful variant, the e-Boost package is available, which squeeze out up to 170 kW, 231 hp from the electric motor. Acceleration to 100 km / h then takes 6.6 seconds.
The tap capacity on the floor is 45, 58, or even 77 kWh. The individual variants according to WLTP will cover between 340 and 540 kilometers on a single charge. The Born device is compatible with 125kW direct current fast chargers. With the largest battery, you can get electricity to cover 100 kilometers in seven minutes.
New production will begin on Cvikov in September, along with the ID.3 or Audi Q4 e-tron. Czech prices are not yet known.