The spanking-fresh CUPRA Tavascan is abundantly primed to be showcased, but its debut is not imminent. The leading-edge sports utility vehicle within the ambit of electric vehicles from the Spanish marque was witnessed undergoing testing, and now an inquisitive disclosure has divulged the ultimate blueprint that the prototypes keep under wraps.
The CUPRA Tavascan is one of the most keenly-awaited models from the Spanish sports car maker. Despite the fact that its prototypes are being driven around Europe with camouflage, the separate SEAT marque that will be distinguished by completely electrifying its model range has unveiled the manufacturing design of what will be its second zero-emissions model after the Born.
Whilst Volkswagen, Skoda, and Audi already boast a duo of electric-powered SUVs, the Spanish marque opted to take a longer time to expand its range of electric cars, placing a bet on a more sophisticated style in the Tavascan, which hints at a more luxurious class. The company has not concealed the blueprint of its forthcoming innovations that were first hinted at almost a year ago during a press conference that also introduced the new Terramar and the conceptual preview of the future Raval, as well as the overhauls of the León and the Formentor, which are being kept more covert.
The nth disclosure culminates in divulging the fresh CUPRA Tavascan. That occurrence facilitated the revelation of the recent design line and the adoption of an exceedingly different SEAT identity peculiar to itself, separating from the primary brand and also leveraging it to eradicate any indication of ambiguity in its forthcoming models. CUPRA has already unveiled the front picture but safeguarded the back image, which has presently been disclosed in the new ad commissioned by the brand, featuring the vocalist Rosalía as the lead.
Naturally, it varies from the concept preview of the corresponding title, but not as extensively as one may assume. CUPRA has maintained 90 percent of the overall design and has minutely modified the back, transforming the most futuristic rear lights into production ones, now under a slender, well-defined, and noticeable rear spoiler. It is the most impressive modification, alongside the relinquishment of aerodynamic tubes at the roof’s termination.
The CUPRA Tavascan will focus on the Q4 Sportback e-Tron in 2024. An impartial disclosure, as the brand believes that it has nothing to conceal, but also one that it uses to kindle interest in the most potential clients. The company is all set for the introduction of the Tavascan, but it will not be obtainable until mid-2024, furnished with one or two electric motors and a robust lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 77 kWh, delivering up to 500 kilometers of independence.