The new Cupra Leon arrives at the dealership, also in the brand new 245 hp PHEV plug-in hybrid e-Hybrid version. The Leon e-Hybrid’s hybrid system is based on a 150hp 1.4 TSI combustion engine and an 85kW electric motor, with a 13kWh lithium-ion battery pack and a 6-speed DSG automatic transmission.
Cupra Leon e-Hybrid, petrol + electric drive features
The electric drive motor of the Cupra Leon e-Hybrid is located between the combustion engine and the gearbox.
The battery is located in front of the rear axle. Overall, the engine is capable of developing 245 hp and 400 Nm of torque.
Cupra Leon e-Hybrid battery, how to recharge it
The Cupra Leon e-Hybrid plug-in hybrid battery must be recharged by connecting it to an external source of electricity.
For this reason, it is necessary to use a charging cable and as standard, there is a mode 2 charging cable with Schuko socket, to which a mode 3 charging cable with Mennekes connector is added on request.
Battery autonomy, how many km does it travel in electric mode?
The plug-in hybrid system of the Cupra Leon e-Hybrid allows you to travel 52 km in 100% electric mode or to combine the efficiency of the electric with the combustion engine depending on the driving modes and the type of track.
Cupra Leon e-Hybrid, price
The launch price of the Cupra Leon is € 30,275 or from € 249 per month. Thanks to emissions below 60g CO2 per km, the Leon e-Hybrid benefits from state incentives.