First Look At The 2024 Cupra Terramar SUV
by AutoExpert | 8 June, 2022
Cupra gave the world a sneak peek into its future yesterday when it unveiled the Terramar sport utility vehicle for the first time. Together with the Audi Q3, Cupra Terramar hybrid SUV will be manufactured in Hungary.
In 2024, the vehicle will be available in both internal combustion and plug-in hybrid configurations, although specifics are few. In terms of pure electric driving range, Cupra expects the Terramar to go up to 62 miles. The brand's e-HYBRID lineup will be a priority, the company said. Among its rivals will be the Hyundai Tucson.
Like the Audi Q3, the new Cupra Terramar crossover will measure approximately 177 inches in length. It will be built on a revised version of the MQB architecture, similar to the Q3. Also, Cupra has said that this will be the last car it produces that runs on gas or diesel.
Cupra's design director, Jorge Diez, stated, "Our new sporty hybrid SUV perfectly combines bold proportions with a long striking bonnet, while the shark nose means breakthrough resistance and the determination to win."