Update on the CUPRA Born, these are the new features it brings

The CUPRA Born receives a package of improvements and new features that make it a better electric car in every way.

In this era of electrification that is in full swing, the innovations and improvements that are being made are spectacular. This means that automotive manufacturers are constantly making improvements to their electric cars.

This is the case of the CUPRA Born, which now has many new features that make the car better in practically all aspects, and now you will understand why we say this.

You already know that the CUPRA Born is the “twin” of the VW ID.3, the big differences lie in a different exterior and interior design between the two, but in terms of chassis and performance we could say that it is the same car.

Just a few days ago we told you that the VW ID.3 was making its debut in what the brand has called the second generation, making the ID.3 a better car in every way and it was only a matter of time before CUPRA adopted all these improvements to the Born, and so it has been.

CUPRA Born’s improved equipment

The first thing the brand wanted to emphasise is that the CUPRA Born brings a wider range of equipment, which includes the latest technology from the Volkswagen group, such as the 2.5 version of the Travel Assist that now offers autonomous overtaking.

Also among the new features is Intelligent Park Assist with memory function, which means that the vehicle is able to save all parking movements so that they can be replicated in the future. Alongside this system is the Top View Camera 360º, which gives the driver a very useful 360º view.

All this equipment is included as an option in the PRO, TOP and EXCLUSIVE packages.

But perhaps the biggest improvement, and one that is a major step forward for the CUPRA Born, is what we are going to talk about next.

The CUPRA Born now supports more recharging power

You read that right, the CUPRA Born has now been upgraded in the 77 kWh capacity battery versions, i.e. the e-Boost Pack and Battery Pack versions, to support maximum charging power of up to 170 kW.

This means that it will only take 5 minutes to charge the battery enough to cover 100 kilometres and only 30 minutes to recharge the battery from 5% to 80%.

In addition, the CUPRA Born already features Plug & Charge technology as standard, which allows chargers with this functionality to make the charging process extremely simple, just connect the cable to the car and it will start charging automatically.

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