Under the leadership of Volkswagen Group, SEAT will release its second electric car after Mii Electric in 2020.
Model El-Born, was announced at the Geneva motor show in 2019 and is based on the same platform as the forthcoming Volkswagen Hatch ID. Versatile architecture was specifically designed for models with motor, and SEAT promises that the power reserve model will be 420 km.
As power supply used electric capacity of 204 HP, operating at the highest level with rechargeable battery 62 kWh and quick constant current charging, which allows you to charge to 80% in 47 minutes, and to implement acceleration to 100 km/h in 7.5 seconds.
El-Born differs a closed radiator grille, as the engine ventilation no need lights, similar to other modern SEAT and 20-inch wheels. Inside the minimalistic cabin with a 10-inch display infotainment system, oriented towards the driver, and a fully digital instrument panel. Thanks to an ingenious arrangement, the model got a lot of storage space and a 380-litre boot.
El-Born may behave differently depending on the development scenario, taking care of accelerating, braking and steering control thanks to a semi-Autonomous driving 2nd level and also has the function of car Parking.
Once it will hit the market, its price in the UK ranges from 25 000 to 30 000 pounds, about the same as the Nissan Leaf.