Seat, a Spanish automaker owned by VW, has unveiled the production version of its stunning electric hot hatchback: Cupra el-Born. The Cupra el-Born concept was unveiled last year and got us excited about the prospects of an electric hot hatch built on VW’s MEB platform. Now Seat is unveiling the production version of the vehicle ahead of its launch next year. The design has been slightly updated for the final version. For the most part, it keeps its aggressive design, but it has been refined with a busier and more traditional front-end: The interior is sporty and minimalist: “The interior is designed to encapsulate the CUPRA philosophy of quality and performance mixed with sophistication, highlighted nowhere better than in the sports bucket seats, the new steering wheel with Drive Profile Selection and CUPRA mode buttons, and high-quality material choices. Besides the attention to detail and the passion for quality, CUPRA put a particular focus on the sustainability of the el-Born using recycled materials in the interior of the car.” Here are two new pictures of the interior of the Cupra el-Born: Seat has also updated the specs of the Cupra el-Born: “The CUPRA el-Born features state of the art […]


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