Several computer rendered images reveal the final design of the CUPRA Tavascan electric SUV.
We were already pleasantly surprised by the CUPRA Born, the brand’s first electric car, for its different, sporty and youthful design.
This design DNA can also be seen in the brand’s current combustion, hybrid and plug-in hybrid models, something that is making it very popular for differentiating itself from the rest despite being a brand belonging to the Volkswagen group.
The CUPRA Tavascan will be the brand’s next electric car, this time an SUV that will cover the same segment as its “brothers” Volkswagen ID.5, Skoda Enyaq Coupé iV and even the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron, although the Tavascan will have that touch of distinction in its design.
It is true that we have been able to see the odd Tavascan concept, concepts that are very close to the definitive production design, although in principle it will not be revealed until its official presentation. And we say initially because in reality the final design has been revealed thanks to a computer rendering, the images of which you can see below.
The presentation of the CUPRA Tavascan is expected to take place sometime in 2023, as the launch of this model is confirmed for 2024.
The performance of the CUPRA Tavascan has not been revealed, but it would be logical to think that the vehicle will be based on the Volkswagen group’s MEB platform, so it will share many elements in common with the rest of the group’s electric vehicles, although it is not ruled out that the Tavascan will be one of the first models to debut the new MEB+ platform, an evolution of the current platform that will provide a larger battery size and greater charging power.
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