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.

Cupra Leon e-Hybrid

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.

Cupra Leon e-Hybrid

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

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.

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