2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Seat Ibiza Cupra. 2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra is one brand new car from Seat that was released in 2013. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra.
The new SEAT Ibiza Cupra takes an existing success story to a whole new level. The first generation was launched in 1997, since when the highly dynamic Cupra models have developed to become an icon of the SEAT brand. Cupra stands for Cup Racing, and the exclusive lettering is reserved purely for the brand’s sportiest models.
The SEAT Ibiza Cupra features 132 kW (180 hp) of output, seven speed dual clutch transmission (DSG), XDS electronic differential lock, high performance brakes this exceptional level of technological expertise is as much a given for the new Ibiza Cupra as the extensive equipment featuring a host of innovative details. One example is the optional SEAT Portable System, which combines the navigation and entertainment functions, and can be removed for mobile use.
2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra Price :
On the British market the model will be priced at £18,825 or about $30,000 at the current exchange rates. Sales will begin in January 2013.
2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra Interior :
The same distinctive Cupra language continues on the interior. Seat has placed an extremely minimalist, clearly structured cockpit, a new sports steering wheel featuring a Cupra logo combined with the very easy to reach shift paddles for the DSG transmission.
The car’s sports seats are offered with an optional two-color leather upholstery, and will offer both driver and passenger easy access to a high performance audio system which includes a navigation system, Bluetooth audio streaming, a Micro SD card slot for music storage, hands free phone system with voice control, and an on-board computer.
The angular line of the headlamps is typical of the new SEAT design language, while fitting perfectly into the Ibiza’s sculptural form. The bi-xenon lights are standard equipment and their sophisticated design offers a clear view of the attention to detail that is standard practice at SEAT. The LED daytime running lights pick up the line of the headlamps to deliver a unique light signature, just like the rear lights, which also feature LED technology. From a technical standpoint, the bi xenon headlamps deliver excellent illumination of the road ahead. The cornering lights are integrated into the large fog lamps.
The side view of the dynamic compact car is brought to life by its sharp lines and edges. The accentuated rear shoulders and the exclusive 17 inch alloy wheels emphasise the sporty look. The black gloss exterior mirrors set a clear contrast to the paintwork of the SEAT Ibiza Cupra. The Ibiza Cupra also comes as standard with tinted side windows.
The many and varied functions of the SEAT Portable System include the GPS navigation function, the hands free phone system (Bluetooth) with voice control and wireless audio streaming (Bluetooth). The easy to operate in car computer provides the driver with an extensive assortment of information. If desired the display also shows the current engine speed and coolant temperature. A dedicated Cupra screen greets the driver every time the system is started. Useful extras include an electronic “note” feature and the “Highbeam” function, which provides additional interior illumination on exiting the car at night. The screen can also show visual warnings issued to indicate when a door has been left open.
2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra Exterior :
On the exterior the model will be distinguished by an expressive design language that will help customers to distinguish it as a Cupra model. Up front the model will get a broad grille with very forceful air intakes and new headlamps with standard-fit bi-xenon lights.
On the side customers will notice sharply defined lines and edges, with the muscular rear shoulders and exclusive 17″ wheels. As a signature to all Cupra models, Seat has also placed new black, high gloss exterior mirrors and for the rear a broad bumper which frames the substantial, matte black diffuser incorporating the trapezoidal exhaust outlet.
The SEAT Ibiza Cupra’s sports suspension is set up for maximum agility and precision and is based on the proven fundamental layout of MacPherson-strut front axle and torsion-beam rear suspension. The stiffer mapping of the shock absorbers and the specially adapted springs (ride height 10 mm lower) give the compact car considerably less body roll, while also lowering its centre of gravity. Both have a positive impact on cornering dynamics.
The sports suspension makes the turn in characteristics of the new SEAT Ibiza Cupra even more agile than those of its predecessor. Yet, at the same time, detail improvements to the axle bearing set-up and the optimised breakaway force on the shock absorbers mean that the new Cupra is far more gently sprung, resulting in a considerable increase in comfort over long distances.
2013 Seat Ibiza Cupra Engine :
The engine is mated to a seven speed DSG twin clutch automatic transmission, with extremely short shift times that can be operated via paddles mounted behind the steering wheel. When compared to the standard Ibiza, the Cupra model features a lowered ride height and an optional AP Performance braking system. Seat is also offering an optional AP Performance braking system and an XDS electronic differential lock that reduces the tendency to under steer and improves handling through fast corners.
Stunning design, outstanding performance and state of the art technology the new SEAT Ibiza Cupra represents the essence of the SEAT brand like no other model. With its compact dimensions and high level of functionality, the new Ibiza Cupra delivers sporting performance for every day, accompanied by a truly impressive set of figures. From a standing start, the Cupra completes the sprint to 100 km/h in just 6.9 seconds and goes on to a top speed of 228 km/h, making the SEAT Ibiza Cupra one of the most dynamic models in its class. In terms of performance, the new Cupra is even better than the previous model, as is its already exceptional efficiency: Its average fuel consumption stands at just 5.9 litres/100 km, its CO2 emissions at 139 grams per kilometre.