The Spanish brand Cuprathe electric vehicle division of seatspresented the Cupra Tavascanits first 100% electric SUV that it will begin to deliver in 2024.

The Cupra Tavascan will begin production at the Anhui (China) plant in the fourth quarter of the year and the first units will be delivered next year, with a sales target of around 70,000 units per year.

The new model, which inherits the look of the prototype presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2019, has been designed in the brand’s center in Martorell (Barcelona) and is based on the MEB platform of the Volkswagen Group.

The measurements of the electric SU are 4.64 meters long, 1.86 meters wide and 1.60 meters high, with a wheelbase that lengthens to 2.77 meters.

The interior of the Crupa Tavascan is just as impressive and modern as its exterior. The feeling of spaciousness and quality it is mixed with several floating elements that start from a central spine.

In the center of the cabin, a generous 15 inch floating screen attracts all eyes. The colors of the multimedia system, as well as the instrument panel of 5.3 inches fully digitized, combine with the LED ambient lighting that is distributed throughout the interior.

The model will be available with two power levels. The version of access to the range is called Endurance and is equipped with a rear axle electric motor that delivers 286 hp and 545 Nm of torque.

While the top version is called VZ and add a second engine ahead of 109 hp. In this way, the total power rises to 340 horsepower with a torque of 134 Nm. The mechanical assembly allows the Tavascan VZ to accelerate 0 to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds.

The selectable driving modes are Range, Comfort, Performance, CUPRA, Individual and Traction, the latter only available for the all-wheel drive VZ variant.

The Tavascan has a 77 kW hour battery of net capacity for a autonomy of 550 kilometers for each full charge. In addition, it allows adding 100 kilometers additional with a seven-minute charge. If the battery power is reduced to 10% it is possible to increase the charge up to 80% in half an hour using a charging point of at least 135 kilowatts.

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