The prototype model was presented with some specs. According to the company, it can reach 280 miles in one charge, a 77kWh battery pack, and two electric motors.
Seat commented on the vehicle:
“As we shift away from the conventional and enter a world powered by electrification, CUPRA is redefining elements like performance. After unveiling the CUPRA Formentor Concept earlier this year, CUPRA is going one step further into its vision of electrified performance with the CUPRA Tavascan Concept.”
Alongside with the comment from the carmaker, the CEO of CUPRA, Wayne Griffiths, also had a statement to share with the public:
“Besides the CUPRA Formentor, which will be launched in 2020 alongside two other high-performance plug-in hybrid models, we have already proved our technological capabilities by developing the world’s first 100% electric touring car, the CUPRA e-Racer. With the presentation of the all-electric CUPRA Tavascan Concept, we are translating this vision into the streets and proving that performance can be electrified.”
He finished talking about the inside design of the car:
“The sculptural 3D leather relief bucket seats offer form and function, comfort and security, while the wing dashboard floats across the front of the interior, providing both focus, and a sense of space. Behind the steering wheel, the driver is at the forefront, with a 12.3” digital instrument cluster providing all the information they need, supplemented by a 13” infotainment display.”
Here are some images of the car: