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Electric power. The CUPRA way.

Discover more about our new range of electric and hybrid vehicles.

INTRODUCING OUR ELECTRIC RANGE

An e-HYBRID combines an electric battery and a petrol engine, while an electric vehicle is 100% battery-powered.

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e-HYBRID range

Enjoy an all-electric experience on shorter trips and a full hybrid drive range* for longer journeys. Charge at home or at a charging station for an all-electric range of up to 37 miles* or switch to petrol for a total range of up to 457 miles* until the battery needs to be recharged again. e-HYBRID options are now available on the CUPRA Formentor, CUPRA Leon and CUPRA Leon Estate.


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Our new electric battery (BEV)

100% electric power and zero emissions. Charge the battery at home or by connecting at a charging station and relish in a new era of pure sustainable performance. Drive emission-free all the time with CUPRA’s upcoming 100% electric car, launching end of 2021: the CUPRA Born.

Looking to make the switch to electric?

If you're thinking about switching to a CUPRA electric vehicle, consider using the EV&me by CUPRA app to see if going electric is right for you.

More about the EV&me by CUPRA app >

 

Explore the CUPRA e-HYBRID range

MEB platform: future models

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CUPRA Born

The first fully electric CUPRA.

Discover the CUPRA Born >

CUPRA Tavascan concept

Beautiful design, all-electric power.

Explore the CUPRA Tavascan >

UrbanRebel concept

CUPRA's most rebellious interpretation of an urban electric car.

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Clever and Easy Charging

Charging technology is constantly evolving and there is now a range of fast and efficient ways to recharge your battery.

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At home

It can take as little as 3 hours and 33 minutes to charge a CUPRA e-Hybrid at home using a wallbox, or up to 5 hours and 48 minutes using a conventional plug.

When you choose to install a charger in your home, we recommend going through an accredited installer like Pod Point. They will guide you through the whole process from pre-installation to a full demonstration once the work has been completed.

Pod Point also includes a three-year warranty on their charging points as well as Wi-Fi connectivity for real-time updates.

Away from home

Charging while you’re out and about can be simple and cost-effective. The public charging infrastructure is growing all the time, and there are now more charging stations than petrol stations in the UK with chargers now often found in public car parks and motorway service stations.

Plus, apps like Zap Map give you locations for more than 15,000 charging bays nationwide. Meanwhile other apps, like A Better Routeplanner, automatically create routes that take you past charging points based on your planned trip.

BENEFITS

Total power, zero emissions, and smart charging solutions. Now is the time to switch to electric.

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Free parking

Electric car drivers enjoy free or discounted parking when they need to charge their vehicles.

No more restricted zones

With CO₂ emissions of just 30g/km** on our e-HYBRID range and the CUPRA Born emission free, our electric and hybrid range is exempt from many congestion charges.

Free public chargers

The network of free public charging stations is growing rapidly all the time. Combine this with a CUPRA home charger and you’ll be able to charge for less on the road or at home.

Lower running costs

Up to 217.3 mpg**, reduced Vehicle Excise Duty, also known as the road tax, and 10%*** Benefit-in-Kind, both the CUPRA e-Hybrid range and the CUPRA Born, which runs on zero emissions, drastically reduce running costs.

* WLTP combined range.

** Figures were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Mains electricity required for charging. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and equivalent all-electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results.

*** For 2020/21 tax year.

^^ Charging times vary in relation to the following factors: external and battery temperature, maximum voltage of your charger system and its current condition, as well as battery condition and the use of other electrical equipment in the car during charge.

Please note that some images and specifications may not reflect UK specification or may only be available as an option.