Full specifications and pricing for an expanded and revised Cupra Born model line-up have been announced. CUPRA's first electric car initially launched in late 2021 with a 58kWh battery and 201bhp electric motor only, available in V1, V2 and V3 trim levels.
Those options remain, starting from £34,715, but have now been joined by two ‘e-Boost’ variants, available in V2 and V3 specifications. These get a more powerful 227bhp electric motor and a choice of 58 or 77kWh battery sizes, starting at £37,445 and £40,215 respectively.
With several finance options available to them, customers can acquire the new CUPRA Born through a Solutions Personal Contract Plan (PCP) offered by CUPRA, in conjunction with Volkswagen Financial Services UK. Over a 48-month period, drivers will pay as little as £399 per month until the end of their agreement.
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