CUPRA’s range of electric and hybrid vehicles is continually growing, with the recent introduction of the CUPRA Born.
Currently, the number of hybrid vehicles outweighs the fully-electric range, CUPRA’s e-HYBRID includes three models whilst the all-electric range includes the CUPRA Born. The e-HYBRID range offers drivers the opportunity to make the switch to electric whilst still driving their favourite CUPRA vehicles.
One of the most popular CUPRA models is the Leon, and much like its petrol counterpart, the e-HYBRID version packs a punch when it comes to power and technology. With a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine, electric motor and 13kWh battery, the CUPRA Leon e-HYBRID showcase a max power of 245PS.
Combining style, power and practicality is the CUPRA Leon Estate e-Hybrid. The sharp dynamic lines create a sleek and smart-looking exterior and the spacious interior and 470-boot offer practicality.
The CUPRA Formentor is the first vehicle that CUPRA played a large part in creating from the ground up. The e-HYBRID model is available in four different trim levels, the V1, V2, VZ1 and VZ2. Running on 100% electric power, the Formentor e-HYBRID only switches to petrol when the battery needs a recharge.
Introduced in 2022, the Born is CUPRA’s first all-electric model, bold and sporty in its looks, the Born does not skimp on power or technology. With features such as a Head-Up Display, Pre-Crash Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control and the option to turn your Born into a smart vehicle with CONNECT online services.
CUPRA is SEAT’s performance brand and therefore all CUPRA electric and hybrid vehicles are made by SEAT.
The CUPRA Leon is not a fully electric model, however, it does form part of the CUPRA e-HYBRID Range.