Cupra Tavascan electric crossover exits againJuly 11, 2020
The car was introduced a year ago at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
For the first time, a concept called Tavascan was shown in the fall of 2019 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. However, until now, the model has not been brought out even for road tests. On the one hand, this can be explained by the constant expansion of the Cupra model line – Formentor sales have recently begun, which we wrote about, and El-Born was also shown.
According to company head Wayne Griffiths, the Cupra Tavascan will remain a concept for now – the company has not yet made a final decision on the release of the model on the market. In addition, the company’s model line very quickly switched from one model to six at once. One way or another, but after a while Cupra will launch on the market at least something similar to Tavascan.
Recall that the Cupra Tavascan was built on the Volkswagen MEB platform, equipped with two electric motors with a total capacity of 302 hp. Acceleration from standstill to 100 km / h took 6.5 seconds for the car, and the 77 kW / h battery allowed the electric car to drive up to 450 km without recharging.
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