Recreation SEAT Ateca Cupra Since the launch of the SEAT Ateca has been talked about a lot of this first SUV of the brand. This vehicle with the name of people aragónes is called to be a success in sales and already have their prices and equipment in Spain. Although I could not stay there, since some sources suggest that it would be developing a sports version, the SEAT Ateca Cupra, which could be presented this year in the Paris Salon 2016.
Though still there is nothing official, October might be the month of arrival of this model. Some even dare to imagine and recreate how it would be its looks, and the result is the less eye-catching. Would be a look more aggressive, with bumper widened and air intakes larger. Included in this aspect is the new grille honeycomb or the double output exhaust. The ride height would also be reduced to some millimeters.
Recreation SEAT Ateca Cupra
In this render, we can also do with a few eye-catching colors and wheels design colorful. The interior would keep the same equipment that includes the Ateca series, though it would have some modifications. The inscription ‘Cupra’ would be present, like the steering wheel and sport seats, or a bottom bracket out of aluminum. But where it really surprised the hypothetical Ateca Cupra would be with mechanical.
Under the hood could host a turbocharged four-cylinder and 2.0-liter powered up 304 HP. Exceed of this way to the new SEAT León Cupra which remains at 290 HP, and the height of the very Volkswagen Golf R. This compact reaches a torque of 380 Nm and makes the 0 to 100 km/h in 4.9 seconds, while the Ateca of greater weight and dimensions would be expected to do in a long time in around 6 seconds.
of course it would take a system all-wheel drive 4Drive and in addition benefit from a selector driving modes for to adapt some parameters as the suspension, steering, throttle response or sound. The SEAT Ateca Cupra would take a new step in the brand and could become the more expensive model up to the moment with a price around 45,000 euros (35,000 lbs).
Source – AutoExpress