Three New EVs Will Be Released By Cupra

Learn more about the three EV models to be released over the next three years by Cupra, a little-known subsidiary company of Volkswagen.
Written by Jason Crosby
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
Jul 2, 2022
Cupra
recently announced some pretty big news: the Spain-based carmaker is releasing not one but three new electric vehicle models to help Cupra make a bid in the EV market. These models will compete against other luxury SUV EVs, led by the soon-to-be flagship model, the UrbanRebel. But what can we expect when it comes to what these three newcomer EVs have to offer buyers? 
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Who is Cupra?

Cupra, as
Electrek
explains, is the performance-oriented division of the Spanish car company SAU, which is owned by Volkswagen. Even though the origins of Cupra lay in rally car racing and touring cars, they’ve set their sights on electrified cars as a pivotal part of their company. 
Their highly-anticipated UrbanRebel may even be based on the upcoming
Volkswagen EV
hatchback, which will use the same platform. This would make it easy for Volkswagen to cut down on EV production costs by using the same chassis, something that has been plaguing the industry and increasing EV prices compared to ICE vehicles. 

Cupra Terramar, Tavascan and UrbanRebel

Electrek also offered details on the upcoming Cupra EV lineup—and in rapid-fire succession, we can expect to see three new vehicles over the next three years. The first up is the 2024 Terramar PHEV, which will have a disappointing range of only about 62 miles of electric-only range, but it’s a start. 
The Terramar will also be the company’s first-ever electrified SUV. The 2024 Tavascan’s details are limited—so far we only know that the 2024 model will be inspired by and based on the 2019 concept. 
But in 2025, the Cupra UrbanRebel will be available for purchase, boasting a 0–60 time of 6.8 seconds and a long-range version to offer up to 273 miles of battery life. Cupra plans to mix 3D printed and 3D knitted manufacturing approaches to improve the car’s performance. 

Why is Cupra releasing so many EV models so soon?

Currently, Cupra is committed to becoming an EV-only car company by the year 2030, so they’re hightailing it to come up with EV models that can compete in the current market. 
This push to release three new EVs within the next three years may also be tied to Volkswagen’s plans to electrify their company, and considering that some of these vehicles may share the same platform, it would make sense for Volkswagen to align their own interests with Cupra’s.

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