8 New SEAT and Cupra Cars Joining the Lineups of VW Group's Cheapest Brands

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The Spanish SEAT and its performance branch Cupra have been on a spree of releasing new models with enviable frequency. Multi-billion dollar investments have resulted in bolder-looking designs, enhanced performance, all-new interior technology and electrified powertrains across the entire lineup. Let’s explore the 2020 arrivals from the VW Group’s most affordable brand and glimpse into the future of Spanish automaking.
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#1 2020 SEAT Leon & Leon Sportstourer

The European market of compact cars remains as challenging as ever, which calls for an all-new best-selling Leon. It arrives in two body styles: a 5-door hatchback and an extended wheelbase Sportstourer, ditching the three-door variant that has gone out of fashion among consumers.

#2 2020 CUPRA Ateca Limited Edition

Cupra already has a company-tweaked Ateca in its range, but for the 2020, it adds a new special edition of the crossover, with production limited to 1999 units.

#3 2020 SEAT Mii Electric

Based on the same platform the electric versions of the Skoda Citigo and Volkswagen Up, 2020 Mii Electric city car starts the electrification offensive of the Spanish brand.

#4 2020 Seat Tarraco FR PHEV

2020 Seat Tarraco FR PHEV combines a new sporty FR trim with a performance-ready PHEV powertrain. Its power output is rated at 245 horses, supplied by a combination of a 1.4L turbo 4-cylinder engine, an electric motor, and 13kWh battery.

#5 2020 Cupra Tavascan

2020 Cupra Tavascan previews a new electric mid-size coupe-SUV from Cupra, that is built on VW’s MEB platform and is powered by a dual-motor AWD system.

#6 2020 Seat El-Born

2020 Seat El-Born electric hatch has already been spied testing in camo, and it is expected to go into production by the end of this year.

#7 2020 Leon CUPRA R Sportstourer

2020 Leon CUPRA R Sportstourer still bears the SEAT S-logo on its front, but gets massive exterior updates and a potent mill under the hood to set it apart from the rest of the family.

#8 2020 CUPRA Formentor

2020 CUPRA Formentor is the first standalone model from Cupra, that is expected to hit production lines in mid-2020. In December 2019, the camouflaged crossover has been spotted on the road, keeping most of the design cues from the last year’s concept.

BONUS 2020 Seat e-Scooter Concept & EXS KickScooter

In the foreseeable future SEAT will be jumping on the band wagon of carmakers that are tapping into the segment to capitalize on the trend, and their first products will be an all-electric sit down e-Scooter and an EXS Kickscooter.

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4 Comments

  1. Seat and Cupra are on the roll, electrifying their lineups across the board. What do you think about the brands 2020 models? And which VW-owned brand would you consider if you were looking for a new affordable car:
    1) VW
    2) Skoda
    3) Seat
    Cast your vote and share your thoughts!

  2. Why you never make videos about Bugatti cars… This is my 3rd request to you… But you never responded… This is how you respond to subscribers

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