Seat's Cupra brand is signaling its plans for a full-electric performance car with the Tavascan crossover concept that will debut at the Frankfurt auto show.
Cupra released pictures of the four-door concept ahead of the Tavascan's public debut at the Frankfurt auto show on Sept. 10.
The Tavascan concept is powered by two electric motors -- one on the front axle and one on the rear axle. It has a total output of 225 kilowatts (306 hp) and accelerates from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in less than 6.5 seconds, Cupra said.
The concept is based on the MEB platform developed by Seat parent Volkswagen Group for battery-powered cars.
It has a 77 kilowatt-hour battery pack and a range of 450 km (280 miles) under Europe's WLPT test cycle, Seat said in a news release on Monday.
The Tavascan concept follows the Formentor plug-in hybrid concept which premiered at the Geneva auto show in March. A production version of the Formentor will go on sale next year.
Cupra did not say when a production version of the Tavascan will launch.
The Cupra Tavascan previews one of the six full-electric and plug-in hybrid Seat and Cupra models planned to go on sale
by early 2021.
At the Geneva show in March, Seat unveiled the el-Born compact electric car that is expected to go on sale next year.