Cupra’s first electric vehicle will be available with a choice of six alloy wheel designs varying in size from 18 to 20 inches. The shoes will be equipped with aero elements along with the typical copper inserts also noticeable on the body. The textured C-pillar appears to have a more sophisticated design than the ID.3 with its honeycomb-patterned foil as another effort to separate the two MEB-based cousins. Six paint colors are going to be available at launch.
Step inside and it will look oh-so-familiar at a first glance, but there are some key differences. The all-electric Born uses a larger 12-inch touchscreen (10-inch display for the ID.3) and has sportier seats with integrated headrests, while the steering wheel has a couple of extra buttons reserved for the Cupra version.