The cheaper Born e-Boost uses a 58 kWh battery that allows for a range of 264 miles. This variant can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 6.6 seconds. The more expensive version uses a 77 kWh battery pack and offers a range of 340 miles and acceleration from 0-62 mph in 7 seconds.
Prices with the 58 kWh battery start at £37,445 in the UK, while the variant with the 77 kWh battery starts at £41,975.
Several trim levels are available, with the V2 specification coming with 19″ alloy wheels, heated front seats, HUD settings and privacy glass. The V3 trim level comes with 20″ alloy wheels, electronically adjustable 12-way bucket seat and massage function.
Inside, there’s a 12″ infotainment screen, 5.3″ digital instrument screen, full LED exterior lighting and Dynamic Chassis Control.
Each e-Boost model has 227 bhp and can charge up to 135 kW. The charge time from 5-80% is 36 minutes on a 77 kWh battery. Meanwhile, a full charge on the 11 kW home charger takes 7 hours 30 minutes.
The current Cupra Born range starts at £34,715 for the base model 58 kWh, non e-Boost. It produces 201 bhp and sprints from 0-62 mph in 7.3 seconds.