SEAT and CUPRA make their electric offensive a reality
SEAT is making its roadmap for electrification announced last year a reality. After presenting the new generation SEAT and CUPRA Leon, which have plug-in hybrid versions, the company has presented the production version of the CUPRA Formentor in a web video conference, which was meant to be showcased at Geneva Motorshow. Formentor is the first vehicle designed exclusively for CUPRA and will also have a plug-in hybrid version.
With the electrification of the models in its range, SEAT aims to offer customers a more sustainable driving option: they all feature an electric range of 60 km and CO2 emissions of less than 50 g/km. The carmaker is thus stepping up its commitment to the environment and to the Paris agreements, with the goal of becoming a CO2-neutral company by 2050, both in terms of its cars as well as its production activity.