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Cupra Tavascan 2024: the long-awaited

The Cupra Tavascan 2024 is a highly anticipated car for customers of this brand. Check out the news of this 2024 model below!

The long-awaited 2024 cupra Tavascan was discovered in production form thanks to a video created by the brand and Spanish singer-songwriter Rosalía.

The video itself is pretty odd as far as car commercials go and is filled with various cartoon characters, flashing lights, heavy editing, and, at one stage, an animation of a robotic dog.

There's even a female biker sitting on a Ducati while breastfeeding. Several Cupra models are also featured in the video, including the Tavascan.

We can see the upcoming SUV both from the side and from the back. While the automaker has managed to retain the overall shape of the concept, it has made a number of pretty significant changes.

This is particularly apparent where the concept's LED taillights have been replaced with slightly larger and bulkier units.

The production model's decklid is also a bit more pronounced, thanks in part to the installation of a subtle lip spoiler.

The lower part of the rear panel seems to have very little in common with the concept, but that's not a bad thing.

While the concept had a rear bumper with elements that flowed into a center section, the production SUV's bumper is more traditional but still appears to sport an aggressive diffuser.

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While the video doesn't show the Tavascan from the front, we suspect it too will be reworked for production and will almost certainly have slightly larger LED headlights and a less exaggerated bumper.

In addition to its appearance, we know that the Cupra tavascan it is based on the VW Group's MEB platform and can share its powertrain with the ID.5 GTX. That would mean a 77kWh battery powering a pair of electric motors to deliver 295hp.

It should be able to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in the 6-second range while traveling up to 490 km on a single charge.

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Source: Carscoops