Seat finally revealed details about its now self-owned Cupra sub-brand and its first model, the new 2019 Seat Ateca. According to the Spanish automaker, Cupra is Seat’s independent high performance brand with a distinct identity that will continue to offer the company’s most sporty models.
Seat Ateca Design 2019
The new 2019 Seat Ateca takes the angular body of the standard car and adds a package of aggressive features. Larger alloy wheels, a new honeycomb grille and three gaping air intakes instead of the contrasting bumper protectors on the bumper help make the Cupra model much more sporty. At the rear, four chrome tailpipes Cupra insignia and five contrasting black vents cut into the bumper. There is also a larger spoiler than the standard Ateca protruding from the trunk and a larger black diffuser that springs under the rear bumper.
The Cupra Ateca also comes with some sporty settings on the inside so your passengers do not think they have entered a common diesel model. The door trim and seats are lined with Alcantara suede padding, Cupra badges and contrasting stitching, while numerous aluminum and carbon fiber trim appear on the door sills, the dashboard and the door. Central console. like Atecas top-spec with a digital driver display with configurable screen settings instead of conventional analog dials. A 360-degree camera system to make parking (and avoid kerbing these 19-inch alloy wheels) a breeze.The Cupra model is no bigger than the standard Ateca if the passenger space and the startup capacity will be unchanged. As a result, you will be able to carry five adults and 510 liters of their luggage with ease.
New Seat Ateca Engine
Its first model will be the Cupra Ateca, a compact SUV powered by VW Group’s 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with 300 hp (296 hp). The power is transmitted to all four wheels via a new seven-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission, which allows the new Cupra Ateca to score 5.4 seconds for the 0-62 mph (100 km / h) while driving at 152 mph (245 km / h)).
Price of 2019 Seat Ateca
SEAT has not confirmed the cost of the new Cupra Ateca, but expects it to be sold at the end of 2018 with a price of around £ 35,000.