Cupra UrbanRebel is set to launch the entry-level EV 2025

Cloth We have been given a clearer vision to launch its upcoming entry-level electric UrbanRable in production by 2025.

UrbanRable was one of the three concepts Coopra showed up overnight, the other two being the Teramor plug-in hybrid (PHEV) large SUV and the Tavascan medium electric SUV.

Built on the racing-inspired UrbanRebel from 2021, the latest version is a city-centric, entry-level electric vehicle (EV) whose height is the height of an SUV ride.

It will be driven by a Single electric motor Production 166 kW Power, and a battery pack of unpublished size. Production is planned for Martial in Spain.

The drive will only be sent to the front wheels and Cupra claims that UrbanRable will be able to do 0-100 km / h sprint in 6.9 seconds.

Spanish automaker claims to have an all-electric range in its “range version” of UrbanRable 440 km.

From some angles the Cupra UrbanRebel concept looks like a raised, more aggressive version of the Volkswagen ID.3-based Born hatchback and will measure it 4.03 m Long

The UrbanRable Volkswagen Group will be built based on the MEB Small platform, which was detailed before 2022 as an all-electric entry-level vehicle.

Volkswagen and Skoda have previewed their respective vehicles that will use this platform.

Cupra claims that UrbanRable is an “environmentally conscious vehicle” that uses recycled polymers and bio-based materials.

Inside, the UrbanRable Concept features a steering wheel with gaming controller-style buttons, as well as lime green accents and blue ambient lighting.

“Cupra UrbanRebel will be the biggest project for our company in the years to come, as it is key to our transformation into a fully-fledged electrical brand,” said Warner Titz, Capra’s vice president for research and development.

The new Capra trio is part of a plan to sell 500,000 cars per year by 2025 and “move forward with our international expansion”.

The Spanish automaker sold 79,300 cars worldwide in 2021, 189 percent more than in 2020. It says it will only sell EVs from 2030

Australia is one step closer to pushing that expansion. Capra brand orders opened in May 2022 with a series of launch version cars, set to touch in July.

The brand will offer the Ateca and Formanter SUV alongside the Leon Hatch at launch in early 2023 with the Burn All-Electric Hatch.

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