Browse this page to take a closer look at CUPRA's family of electric and e-HYBRID cars.
You’ll also learn more about how to get the most out of your battery, as well as the vast array of features and benefits the range offers.
CUPRA's electric and e-HYBRID cars deliver exceptional performance, comfort, and efficiency.
A smoother drive
CUPRA's all-electric cars have no clutch for effortless gear changes and extra torque for immediate acceleration.
Comfort, Sport, or Eco? CUPRA cars come with driving modes that let you drive your car your way.
Driving made stress-free
With reduced engine noise and smooth braking, our electric and e-HYBRID cars make for a truly relaxing drive.
CUPRA's first all-electric car, the CUPRA Born blends performance, style, and innovative technology to bring you the perfect family car.
The CUPRA Born has been named Best Electric Family Car of 2022 by WhatCar?
The battery is positioned in the centre of the car which helps to maximise interior space.
With no combustion engine, the wheels are positioned right to the car’s four corners, improving the car’s handling.
Low centre of gravity
The battery’s position also lowers the centre of gravity which gives the Born a more dynamic performance.
The future of driving is electric. CUPRA's e-HYBRID cars bring together traditional combustion and new electric power to provide an exceptional drive.
Charge points are available at many petrol stations, public car parks, workplaces, and supermarkets.
With an ever-growing infrastructure of charge points, it’s quick and easy to top up as you go.
Charging an e-HYBRID (from 0-100%) at home can take 3 hours and 33 minutes using an at-home wall box (3.6kW), or 5 hours using a conventional plug (2.3kW)§.
There are a variety of fast and efficient ways to charge your CUPRA electric or e-HYBRID vehicle.
Installing a wall box at home makes charging quick, simple, and cost-effective. Plus, with a dual-fuel home energy supply from CUPRA's partner Octopus Energy, you can save up to £90 on your bills.
Extreme weather may influence your battery's performance. In the rare instances when temperatures fall below -5oc or above 35oc electric cars have to work harder and lose power quicker.
A CUPRA e-HYBRID is capable of shorter journeys of up to 30 miles purely in electric mode. For longer journeys e-HYBRID mode combines the petrol engine and electric motor which charges while you drive. Fully electric cars meanwhile can take you much further on electricity alone. The CUPRA Born has an official range of up to 343 miles (WLTP test figures).
Using the air-conditioning, or the heater in your car uses the battery’s power. That’s why CUPRA's electric and e-HYBRID cars can be pre-acclimatised, so they are the perfect temperature before you switch on the car.
The electric and e-HYBRID range, including the Formentor, Leon, Leon Estate, and upcoming Born, are exempt from congestion charges. They are also exempt from charges from Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ).
Owning an electric or e-HYBRID vehicle could reduce your running costs. Other benefits include reduced road tax compared to petrol cars and up to 12% Benefit in Kind **.