CUPRA introduced the concept car UrbanRebel with a radical design. The car also gives clues about the design language of the electric car suitable for urban use, which the brand will launch in 2025.
With the UrbanRebel CUPRA concept car, it brings a radical interpretation to electric cars suitable for urban use. It combines an all-electric racing car with sustainability, performance and exciting aesthetics influenced by the digital age. The car, which provides clues about the brand's future design language, will be exhibited at the IAA Munich International Motor Show before the opening of the new CUPRA City Garage in Munich.
Wayne Griffiths, CEO of CUPRA, said: “The CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept is a radical interpretation of our company's urban electric car that it plans to bring to market in 2025. This concept reflects our future design language. "This car is a key strategic project not only for our company but also for the Volkswagen Group, as our goal is to produce more than 500 urban electric cars per year in Martorell for group brands."
Zero to 3.2 in just 100 seconds
CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept is inspired by CUPRA's design philosophy: striking and athletic lines, emotional and original design that stands out thanks to a bold statement, genderless and empowered by the electric age. The car draws attention with its racer look with a total length of 4,080mm, a width of 1,795mm and a height of 1,444mm. CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept has an engine that can produce 250kW of power continuously and 320kW at maximum. The car can accelerate from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in just 3.2 seconds.