You can compare the Cupra Born with the 204 hp variant of the Volkswagen ID.3 Pro. Both have a 58 kWh battery pack, can fast charge with 120 kW and reach a WLTP range of up to 420 kilometers. The ID.3 Pro with 204 hp is available from 37,190 euros. Cupra asks 800 euros more for the Born: 37,990 euros for the Cupra Born Business One. Higher up the ladder are the Adrenaline One (40,990 euros), Performance One (43,990 euros) and Copper Edition One (46,990 euros).
The Cupra Born should be the sporty brother of the Volkswagen ID.3, but it is not immediately clear to what extent the models differ. According to Cupra, the Born has a sports suspension, standard bucket seats and a multifunction sports steering wheel. In 2022 there will be versions with a 45 and 77 kWh battery (just like the ID.3), a 150 hp electric motor, and a Performance option, which can boost the electric motor with 204 hp to 231 hp for a short time.
Cupra introduces the Born in the limited One version. The Business One comes standard with 18-inch wheels, LED lighting all around, a virtual cockpit, a navigation system with 12-inch touchscreen, heated seats and steering wheel, a reversing camera, parking sensors and Predictive Adaptive Cruise Control. Cupra will deliver the Born to the Netherlands this year. For example, lease drivers can still benefit from a 12 percent addition.
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