Sporty and coupe-like, the Cupra Tavascan joins the ranks of desirable all electric SUVs
The second all-electric Cupra badged car, the Tavascan SUV is expected in on UK shores in early 2024. Another model built on the Volkswagen Group's MEB platform, along with the likes of the Cupra Born, Volkswagen ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq, the Tavascan has been designed to appeal to customers looking for the space of a SUV but with the sportiness of a smaller car.
Under the hood, the Tavascan will be utilising the larger 77kWh battery pack and Cupra's has confirmed two power outputs will be made available - 210kW and 250k. The higher output version features two motor, all wheel drive, while the lower output is a single motor version.
Again, like other MEB models the maximum recharge power is 135kW which means in optimal circumstances it will take around 30 minutes to charge the battery from 10% to 80%.
Designed in Barcelona the vehicle will be produced in China.