The newest addition to the CUPRA line-up will be an all-electric supermini named after a district in CUPRA’s home city of Barcelona. The Raval is based on the UrbanRebel concept and is confirmed to be built from 2025 in Martorell, Spain.
Whilst there are big changes, the Raval does share similarities with the UrbanRebel. While the front maintains a similar look, the grille and front splitter are toned down, but still have an element of sportiness with large air intakes.
Turning to the rear, the prominent wing remains, albeit with a more subtle touch. A bold and chunky diffuser adds to the overall aesthetic. Slim LED tail lamps and a light-up CUPRA logo in the centre complete the look.
The side of the car features muscular lines and angles, giving this small supermini a sporty edge.
The CUPRA Raval is expected to feature a powerful battery with an estimated range of 273 miles, this concept offers impressive distance, although the exact range of the production version is not yet confirmed.
The Raval takes you into the future with its innovative design. Packed with technology, the standout feature is the curved infotainment screen and digital drivers display.
The steering wheel, resembling a game console controller, adds to the cutting-edge feel. Although, it's uncertain how much of this will make it into the final production model.