SEAT Unleashed Leon Cupra R310 White Edition

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The world of hot hatches is constantly exploding, giving birth to vehicles that offer a level of performance which was reserved only to proper sports cars until a few years ago.

The boiling segment has just received a new member that manages to cross the 300 hp border. SEAT is introducing the Leon Cupra R310 White Edition. The Leon Cupra R310 is already a known performer on the hot hatch scene, but this time the model comes dressed in white and is only reserved for the Swiss market.

The vehicle’s 2.0 liter TSI turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which delivers 265 hp on the standard Cupra R, lets the driver play with no less that (yes, the name says it all) 310 hp. And we haven’t even revealed the interesting part: all that power is sent to the front wheels.

To cope with the extra power, the vehicle has been fitted with a modified suspension that offers the driver more confidence through the corners. The vehicle also comes with a matching stopping power, as it has received a beefier braking system that offers a high fading resistance.

The car rides on 19 inch rims that use high-performance tires and are finished in white, to match the car’s exterior color. The body of the vehicle comes with special vinyls that enhance its look.

The interior of the vehicle has also been gifted with custom items, such as the front sport seats.

Like we said, the Seat Leon Cupra R310 will only be offered on the Swiss market. The vehicle has a retail price of 44,900 francs (EUR34,000 or $46,500).
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