Seat's division, Cupra, which specializes in high-performance vehicles, has unveiled the new Born electric car. It comes in two different power levels, and clients may pick between three other battery options.
Cupra (the performance section under the SEAT umbrella) has finally debuted the new Born electric vehicle, which was first revealed in a video a week ago. It is based on the same Volkswagen MEB architecture as the ID.3, ID.4, and Skoda Enyaq iV.
The new Cupra Born resembles the el-Born concept presented by the Spaniards two years ago in Geneva in terms of aesthetics. There are also body parts from Volkswagen ID.3, the most noticeable of which are the doors.
Copper has made its mark, of course, with copper-colored exterior features and angular lines that give it a more aggressive appearance. Large air intakes and taillights are also present, with an LED strip and a prominent air diffuser connecting them. The rims' diameters range from 18 to 20 inches, and they can be fitted with a variety of aerodynamic features.