The CUPRA Born is the unconventional challenger, delivering electrifying performance using the most advanced electric powertrain technology, seamlessly augmenting the spirit of the CUPRA brand with an electrified future. The CUPRA Born forms the next stage of the brand’s development, and as the industry shifts to a more environmentally conscious position, electrification is key. CUPRA has already invested heavily in the technology, bringing the plug-in hybrid versions of CUPRA Leon, CUPRA Leon Sportstourer and CUPRA Formentor models to the market. The new era is also fully electric. The CUPRA Born integrates the most advanced pure electric powertrain technology: a choice of 150PS (110kW) or 204PS (150kW) electric engines deliver energy to the rear wheels, coupled to a high-performance lithium-ion battery pack with a capacity of up to 58kWh provides an enormous range of around 420km. It doesn’t stop there, it goes beyond.
Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Compact Car
In EV mode, no fuel is consumed and no emissions are produced. For longer journeys, the efficient 1.8-liter hybrid gasoline engine can be used. Fuel consumption Prius Plug-in Hybrid system power 90kW (122PS), combined: 1.3 l/100 km; CO2 emissions, combined: 29g/km, electricity consumption, combined: 10.00kWh/100 km. The Prius Plug-in is equipped with a range of cameras and sensors located around the vehicle thanks to standard Toyota Safety Sense. These help with parking, lane keeping and collision-free driving both in and out of town. Thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, many useful functions of your smartphone are also available to you while driving through your vehicle's display. Use your apps and listen to your favorite music - no matter where you are on the road.
With more than 18 million units built, the Polo is one of the most successful compact models in the world. It is available in the equipment lines "Polo", "Life", "Style", "R-Line" and as a special model "Fresh". Fully digital and with the latest assistance and comfort systems, the Polo is not only offered with economical TSI engines, but also with a natural gas engine.
The Porsche Taycan is the first production vehicle with 800-volt technology. Its drive system components use this voltage. At the same power output, half the cross-section of conventional 400-volt technology is sufficient for cables. In the Taycan, this saves around four kilograms in weight, reduces transmission losses and requires less installation space. The new generation of charging stations developed by Porsche Engineering Services GmbH under the name “Porsche Charging” is designed for 800-volt technology. This significantly shortens charging times because higher power outputs can be achieved. However, the vehicle components and in particular the battery (cooling) must also be appropriately adapted.