If you’re looking for a sleek, sporty and spacious electric SUV that can handle any terrain, you might want to check out the Cupra Tavascan. This stunning vehicle is more than just a dream come true - it’s a reality that will soon hit the roads in 2024.
The Cupra Tavascan is the first all-electric model from Cupra, the performance-oriented sub-brand of Seat. It’s based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform, which also underpins the VW ID.4 and the Skoda Enyaq iV. But unlike those more mainstream models, the Cupra Tavascan aims to deliver a more dynamic and distinctive driving experience.
The design of the Cupra Tavascan is inspired by the concept car that debuted at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. It features a muscular body with sharp lines, a large grille with LED lights, and 22-inch alloy wheels. The rear end has a light bar that spans across the width of the car, and a diffuser that enhances aerodynamics. The interior is equally impressive, with a 13-inch touchscreen, a digital instrument cluster, and ambient lighting. The materials are high-quality and eco-friendly, such as recycled microfibers and vegan leather.
The Cupra Tavascan will offer two battery options: a 77 kWh pack with a range of up to 500 km (310 miles), and a 58 kWh pack with a range of up to 400 km (248 miles). Both versions will have two electric motors, one on each axle, providing all-wheel drive and a combined output of 306 hp. The acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) will take just 6.5 seconds, and the top speed will be limited to 180 km/h (112 mph).
The Cupra Tavascan will also come with advanced technology and safety features, such as adaptive suspension, wireless charging, head-up display, lane assist, adaptive cruise control, and emergency braking. It will also support over-the-air updates and smartphone integration.
The Cupra Tavascan is expected to cost around $56,000 in Europe, which is competitive with other electric SUVs in its segment. It will be produced at Seat’s factory in Martorell, Spain, where it will create 1,500 new jobs. The production version will be unveiled in late 2023, and deliveries will start in early 2024.
The Cupra Tavascan is a dream come true for Cupra fans and anyone who appreciates a stylish, powerful and practical electric SUV. It’s proof that EVs can be fun, exciting, and sustainable at the same time.
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