Ahead of the first deliveries in early 2022, prices for the Cupra Born will begin from £33,735.
New Spanish car brand Cupra has confirmed prices for its first all-electric hatchback.
The sporty looking Cupra Born, named after the El Born district of Barcelona, goes on sale in the first quarter of 2022.
UK prices for the Born will start at £33,735, with three trim levels for buyers to choose from.
Initially, all versions of the Born will have a 58kWh battery and 201hp power output. A smaller-battery 45kWh version, producing 148hp, will follow soon afterwards.
Cupra also plans to release a 58kWh Born with 227hp, plus a long-range 77kWh e-Boost model – both due later in 2022.
The 58kWh launch car offers an official range of 263 miles, with the ability to charge from five to 80 percent in 35 minutes using a 120kW charger.
Beginning with the £33,735 V1 trim level, all Borns will feature LED headlights, a rear-view camera and a digital dashboard with a 12.3-inch multimedia screen.
Moving up to the V2 model takes the price to £34,190. This adds 19-inch wheels (in place of the V1’s 18-inch rims), tinted rear windows, an augmented reality head-up display and heated front seats.
Topping the Cupra Born range at launch is the V3 version. A price of £37,375 gets you 20-inch alloys and Granite Grey Dinamica front seats. The latter are heated, and come with 12-way electric adjustment and a massage function.
Buyers have the choice of six exterior paint colours, with V1 and V2 models featuring sustainable ‘Seaqual’ upholstery.