Wagon Cupra Leon ST passes tests at the NurburgringOctober 25, 2019
The debut of the car should take place next year after the hatchback model Cupra is presented to the general public.
On the Nurburgring racetrack, the new generation Cupra Leon ST is being tested. The car has already been previously seen on tests on public roads and the car’s renderings were even compiled from photographs. Most likely, the manufacturer is testing the car at high speeds, as evidenced by special sensors on all four wheels. This approach should help engineers set the exact settings for improved vehicle dynamics. The second generation Cupra Leon should be presented to the public next year.
It is assumed that the first presentation of the hatchback will take place, and then there will be the first show of the car in the station wagon.
The head of the Cupra brand has already declassified information about the power plants that will be used in the car. The standard version will receive a 1.4-liter TSI engine, which will be combined with an electric motor. Working in tandem, they provide 245 horsepower. For a charged modification of the R engine will work with a return of 300 hp
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