The SUV is the leader of the Cupra line and is a clone of the Volkswagen ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq iV. Specifications are unknown, but likely to be offered with the same drivetrain found in the popular Volkswagen ID.4 GTX. This means a 295 hp all-wheel drive electric setup powered by a 77 kWh battery. Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph should take just over six seconds, and the range on a full charge should be about 300 miles.
The body is made of carbon fiber for better aerodynamics and lighter weight. At the front, there are two large vents that run through the nose and out of the hood, while the bumper has notches on either side of the illuminated Cupra logo to ensure even airflow to the sides.
At the top of the trunk lid are LED taillights that match the luminous signature of the sharp front units. An aggressive Kamm tail along with a large rear diffuser helps reduce lift without increasing drag.
The Tavascan concept was first shown back in 2019 at the Frankfurt Motor Show and the production version will be available in 2024.