Volkswagen originally imagined the Cupra as a concept Seat El-Born before launching it as a performance-oriented El-Born.

Cupra Born

This design features Copper Cupra lettering and other copper accents. The hatchback looks decent overall.

Seat Cupra models aren't as cheap as customers expect since they start at £31,500 (55,000 USD) for the most basic model.

There's also a small binnacle in front of the driver that's prominent, but the interior is comfortable.

The interior combines piano black plastic with soft-touch fabrics, including Dinamica, an optional material.

In addition to the 2767mm wheelbase, the rear leg room is impressive.

Although there is no permanent storage for the cables, the boot has a generous 385 litres.

Three power outputs are available overseas on the Cupra Born: 110kW, 45kWh, and 340km.

There is also a 150kW version available with a 58kWh battery, claiming to cover 420 km on a single charge.

It takes only seven minutes for a 125kW DC fast charger to add 100km, or 35 minutes to add 5 percent to 80 percent.

Born is available in the UK market in three versions: V1, V2, and V3. Australian specifications have not been confirmed.

In Australia, the Born will come with a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.

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