Cupra is about to get its first all-electric crossover with the Tavascan.
After the VW ID.4, the Skoda Enyaq, and the Audi Q4, it’s now time for SEAT. This time the Seat crew is testing on the Nürburgring in order to get their version of the VW Group siblings the sportiest of them all.
Said to debut in 2024, it still has a long way to go but the long time sounds strange to us since the Cupra Tavascan will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform that also underpins the Volkswagen ID.4 and the other siblings.
And a Volkswagen ID.4 is just what Cupra uses as a base for the mule where the Tavascan front end is hidden under heavy camouflage. Expect the Cupra Tavascan to be more of a crossover coupe like the ID.5 but with an even sportier touch. The Cupra models are always said to be more sporty than the rest of the members from the VW Group. Remember, this is just a mule with the Tavascan front end.
Electric motors are on both axles with a total power of at least 306 hp powered by a 77kWh battery.
Hopefully we will soon see full body prototypes and get a better look of the overall design.