Cupra Raval: the small electric car from Cupra

Cupra Raval: the small electric car from Cupra

Following the Cupra Urbanrebel Concept, the Spaniards today present the Cupra Raval. That is the still concept compact electric car from Cupra that will share its architecture with the Volkswagen ID2All. The Cupra Raval is 1 to 1 the same as the Urban Rebel Concept mentioned and the car shown is therefore not the same as the compact Cupra that you will see on the roads from 2025. Assume that especially the interior will take on a less violent appearance in the production version. In a sense, today we only learn what the car is called. Cupra does not yet give specifications, although we can guess thanks to the Volkswagen ID2All. The technology will be comparable under the different carriages of the two, as they are both on Volkswagen’s new MEB Short platform, a shortened version of the platform that you find under the Volkswagen ID3, for example. That architecture would be good for a range of roughly 450 km under the ID2All. We also expect the two to be comparable in terms of dimensions. That is why we can already reveal that the Cupra Raval is more than 4 meters long, about 1.8 meters wide and 1.5 meters high. In the production version we expect a much less intensely designed interior. Raval The Cupra Raval is named after a district of Barcelona and will go into production in 2025 in Martorell, Spain. The car will eventually roll off the production line there, together with three other models from the Volkswagen Group, namely the (to be renamed) ID2All, a compact EV from Skoda and a compact electric crossover from Volkswagen. We do not yet have information about the pricing of the Cupra Raval, but it is likely that the starting price of the Cupra will be slightly above that of the Volkswagen ID2All. That car should cost from about € 25,000. The Cupra Raval is not the only up-and-coming new car from the still fairly young Spanish brand. In the coming years it will also introduce the Tavascan and the Terramar. Two crossovers, one fully electric and one with a plug-in hybrid powertrain.

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