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Cupra Formentor PHEV Production Version Confirmed To Debut In Geneva
The debut of the first Cupra standalone model is less than two weeks away.
It’s a big day for SEAT’s go-faster Cupra division as aside from introducing the speedy Leon models, the newly founded company is making an important announcement. Come early March, the first standalone Cupra model will be revealed in production guise as the road-going Formentor. The official premiere will take place at the Geneva Motor Show prior to a market launch scheduled for the second half of the year. Even though the sporty Leon is the first to be revealed, it will be available after the crossover, with Cupra saying the hot hatch and wagon are going to hit the market in the final quarter of 2020.
The electrified performance crossover was previewed about a year ago in concept form, but we’re expecting the final version to look just about the same. We’re making this assumption based on the fact the showcar already looked pretty much ready for the assembly line. In addition, the spy shots depicting near-production prototypes also strongly suggest most of the concept’s design cues will be carried over to the production model.