2021 CUPRA Leon e-Hybrid Review - 5 minutes

2021 CUPRA Leon e-Hybrid Review - 5 minutes

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the cooper leon is a different sort of hot hatch very different in the case of this phev e hybrid version this is an unusual confection but it deserves serious consideration from anyone prioritizing performance with efficiency and wanting something just a little different in this segment this cupro may have a socially responsible power train but it still wants to be a hot hatch like other more conventional cupra lounge this one gets sport suspension which is lowered by 25
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millimeters at the front and 20 mils at the rear and the set of drive modes comfort sport and cupra the latter for those red mist moments under the bonnet it's just as in a golf gte which means a 150 ps 1.4 litre tsi petrol engine mated to a six-speed dsg auto gearbox and an 85 kilowatt electric motor powered by a 13 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery that has a wltp rated all-electric driving range of 34 miles which of
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course you won't get anywhere near if you explore the quoted all-electric top speed of 80 miles an hour or start trying to throw the thing around too much an extra kerb weight addition of up to 60 kilos over a conventionally engine cooper layout discourages you from doing that rather anyway there's 400 newton meters of torque on tap and that facilitates a 0-60 miles an hour time of 6.7 seconds 7 for the estate on route to 140 mph flat out sensible
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family motoring has never been quite as much fun as this apart from an extra charging flap on the nearside front wing there are no significant visual changes differentiating this e hybrid variant from other cuproleons so like it's showroom stablemates this car looks really gym toned in both its two offered body shapes there's a five door hatch and an estate all the core things here at the front are pretty much standard layout the long creased bonnet and the trapezoidal grille with its flanking led headlights
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but everything seems more dynamic and different that grille has a dark chrome frame and it's embellished by a bold cupra logo and the required overtaking presence well that's delivered by larger air intakes and a large front splitter the rear makes its own statement too with two copper-coloured dual exhausts embedded on each side of this unique diffuser inside you're treated to sports bucket seats a leather stitched cupra steering wheel and silver cupra sports pedals and
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the copper color theme continues too most notably with the trimming around these prominent air vents but also the stitching that you get on the door handles and on the wheel you also get a 10.25 inch interactive digital driver display to replace the conventional binacle dials and as with other layouts there's a large central 10-inch infotainment touchscreen here which reduces the button count plus there's the very compact porsche style wire shifter for the standard dsg auto
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gearbox in the back we're a bit disappointed that the height of this central transmission tunnel makes it so difficult for middle seat passengers to be comfortably accommodated two people should be quite happy though now benefit from this fold down central armrest with its twin cup holders and from the three zone climate control which gives you these separate controls for these twin central vents as usual with a phev you'll have to accept a little less boot space which here falls from 380 litres in a normal
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cupra layout to just 270 in this hatch model it's 470 in the alternative estate the combined range of the petrol and electric motor is around 660 miles and the electrified version of this q pro will charge much quicker than a full ev charging a phd b q prolayon from a domestic socket would take around five hours but using a garage wall box you'll be able to reduce your charging time period to around three and a half hours instead bear in mind that only a single mode 3
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charging cable is included as standard though the quoted wltp combined cycle fuel returns for a kupra leon e hybrid hatch model is up to 217.3 mpg for the estate e-hybrid variant it's up to 201.8 mpg and the co2 reading which you'll see your bik tax payments rated at just 11 is an impressive 30 grams per kilometer that 30 grams per kilometer figure is for the hatch for the estate it's 31
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grams per kilometer family folk who have dismissed the idea of a hot hatch on the basis of inefficient running costs might well like what cooper is serving up here being able to conduct nearly all your commuting duties under battery power and then being able to let rip on the back road home under petrol power is an enticing combination of virtues particularly when it's packaged up like this in a layon like no other [Music] you

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