Seat prepares to Frankfurt the official presentation of the Leon Cupra the vitamin-compact version that will be released in early 2016 from 33600 euros. The 2016 Seat Leon Cupra hit the market in early 2016 but before we will have the opportunity to see him in his official presentation at the IAA 2015 together with his younger brother the Ibiza Cupra.
Both models have received a power increase which in the case of Leon Cupra is 10 CV; thus the 2.0 TSI petrol engine performance lies in the 290 hp coupled to its already known gearboxes with six-speed manual or optional automatic DSG with the same relations. The maximum torque remains at 35.7 mkg and is available between 1700 and 5800 rpm. The maximum speed is limited to 250 km / h but in terms of acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h are no improvements resulting in the best (DSG) in 5.7 seconds just 0.2 seconds better the Cupra 2014 version.
No aesthetic changes on the outside where we continue to find elements such as LED headlights type or dual exhaust system output the latter reviewed internally but similar in appearance. In its interior it has been slightly renovated the interior providing greater sportiness and appearance 'premium' to Leon.
Seat re-use in the 2016 Leon Cupra to its optional package called 'Performance Pack' with which the compact earns high performance brakes with Brembo seal and 19-inch wheels with a unique design mounted on the gums Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 similar to those of supercars from the likes of Ferrari 458 Speciale or the Porsche 918 Spyder.
We can find the Cupra versions in the bodies of three (SC) and five doors as well as in family (ST).
A mechanical level evolutions we find the DDC system (adaptive chassis) an improved limited slip differential for the front axle (capable of sending 100 percent of torque to a single wheel) and drive mode selector 'Cupra Drive Profile '.
Fuel consumption homologated combined cycle stands at 6.5 l / 100 km with DSG automatic gearbox and 6.7 l / 100 km if we talk about the manual transmission. It's only slightly lower than those of its predecessor.
In the access price it is 33600 euros representing an increase of just over 1000 euros when compared with 2014.
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