The sporty Ateca and Leon have similar power and performance, but can the SUV outperform the hot hatch?.
In Europe, the B-segment is highly contested, and picking one of these three might be difficult.
As the first product of the newly founded performance brand it’s very good, yet not that exciting.
Quality and ride are not as good as in its German cousin, but the steering is better and it has lots of space.
This is Seat’s first-ever UK brand campaign and it’s called: Because them, us.
Seat, who until recently had no SUVs whatsoever, now offers three, with the Tarraco being the largest.
Cupra’s first standalone model is a unique proposition right now, so does it deliver on its promises?.
It combines electric technology from the Segway ES2 with Seat design.
The performance SUV covers the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint in 5.2 seconds and runs out of puff at 247 km/h (153 mph).
The Cupra e-Racer is set to take part in the first ETCR championship in 2020.
The last non-Volkswagen model built in Wolfsburg was another Seat, the Arosa mini (1996-1998).
The new Cupra Ateca is a punchy crossover, but is it what the doctor ordered? .