The first electric Seat was inspired by the Cupra Formentor cross-hybridMarch 2, 2019
The web published photos of the first electric car Seat – a relative of Volkswagen I.D. hatchback el-Born. The car received a darkened rear pillars, creating the effect of a floating roof, and an aggressive design.
The electric car is positioned as a pre-production prototype, therefore it is equipped with traditional side mirrors. At the same time, his appearance echoes the Tesla Model 3 and the recently introduced “charged” hybrid crossover Cupra Formentor. The car has a very aggressive body kit with a diffuser and side winglets, which may not reach the series.
Salon Seat el-Born is also very similar to the interior Formentor. They have a common architecture, a “multimedia” screen, a steering wheel, but some elements have a different shape or are arranged differently. It is possible that the serial electric car inside will be exactly the same as the prototype.
The Seat electric vehicle will be based on the MEB modular platform, which Volkswagen concern used on all electric prototypes of the I.D. series. The power reserve of the prototype will be about 500 kilometers, and it will be driven by a 204-hp electric motor powered by a 62-kilowatt-hour battery pack. Cruising Seat el-Born – 420 kilometers.
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