Cupra has unveiled its latest concept car, the Cupra Tavascan Extreme E, the car comes with a range of sustainable materials made using Flax fibres and more.
Many of the parts of the new Cupra Tavascan Extreme E have been 3D printed and it gives us an idea about what the 2024 Tavascan may look like.
“We strongly believe in the Extreme E project as a whole” said Antonino Labate, Director of Strategy, Business Development and Operations at CUPRA. “Electrification, sustainability, gender-balance and diversity are common values between CUPRA and Extreme E. The CUPRA Tavascan Extreme E Concept is clear proof of the hard work that we’re doing at CUPRA in order to be able to compete next season.”
“The CUPRA Tavascan Extreme E Concept is the next evolution of our all-electric off-road racing car with even more CUPRA DNA and a design hints at the brand’s future direction. But it also delivers technical advancement too” said Head of Technical Development at CUPRA Racing Xavi Serra. “The CUPRA Tavascan Extreme E uses flax fibres throughout the bodywork to improve sustainability and 3D printed elements that can be quickly recreated to keep the racecar out on the track.”
You can find out more information about the new Cupra Tavascan Extreme E over at Cupra at the link below.