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CUPRA

Martorell Spain
Founded in 1950
15,481 employees

SEAT is a company with two clearly defined brands: SEAT and CUPRA. Both brands launched a large product initiative in 2020 with the new Leon family and the Formentor, the first model developed exclusively for CUPRA.

CUPRA Formentor 2.0 TSI (228 kW/310 PS): fuel consumption combined in l/100km (NEFZ): 7.7; CO₂ emissions combined in g/km: 175; efficiency class: D

CUPRA is an unconventional and emotionally-charged brand, which is defined by the progressive design and the performance of its electric models. Numerous new vehicles were launched in the reporting year: the CUPRA Leon family, the CUPRA Ateca and the CUPRA Formentor – a powerful SUV and coupé crossover and the first model developed specifically for CUPRA. With a total of seven high-performance and efficient drive systems, including two plug-in hybrid versions, its comprehensive connectivity functions and modern safety and comfort systems, the Formentor is equipped with state-of-the-art technology. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, SEAT’s deliveries to customers fell by 25.6% in fiscal year 2020 to 427 thousand vehicles. Sales figures fell year-on-year on almost all markets. The CUPRA brand recorded an increase of 11.1% to 27 thousand vehicles and was therefore one of the few brands that grew in Europe. Unit sales at SEAT stood at 484 thousand vehicles in the past fiscal year, down 27.5% on the figure for 2019. This figure also includes the A1 manufactured for Audi. The Arona and Ateca SUV models and the Leon were in high demand.

In the reporting year, 406 thousand SEAT and CUPRA vehicles were manufactured; a decrease of 31.3% yearon- year.

 

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