Performance. Technology. Power. Hybrid. In 2019, the first standalone Cupra won our hearts with the Ateca. This year, the Spanish brand brought its first bespoke model, the Cupra Formentor. Not very different from the concept that previewed it, the coupe crossover was unveiled during the ill-fated Geneva Motor Show in early March.
Sporty design, strong lines and fine details, but with all terrain attributes included. 4 Soft metallic paints, 3 special paints and 2 matte options. Quite a variety of choices to perfectly complement Cupra's design.
The interior is equipped with high quality materials and combines both modernity and sportiness.
On the dashboard, we have a 12 inch touchscreen infotainment system, 2 inches wider than the touchscreen available in the Cupra Leon. It can be controlled by both voice and gestures and is one of the most advanced infotainment systems.
If you're thinking of buying the ultramodern SUV coupe, you have a choice of two engines. There's the hybrid version and front-wheel-drive, which comes in a 1.4L gasoline engine and an electric one to produce 245HP. For a sportier experience, a nice choice is the 4WD with 310HP.
Cupra seems to have put safety first and equipped the car with eCall Service (emergency services are contacted if an incident occurs, ACC (Predictive Adaptive Cruise Control), Traffic Sign recognition, Blind Spot Detection and Exit assist. Official pricing has not yet been released, however, it is expected to be a lot pricier than the Cupra Leon. Deliveries began in the last quarter of 2020.