New 2024 Cupra Terramar SUV revealed with advanced plug-in hybrid tech
Outlining its plans until 2025, Cupra has revealed three new vehicles in three new segments. Two new all-electric cars will be joining the Cupra range in the form of the UrbanRebel electric hatchback and the Tavascan electric SUV – and now a new plug-in hybrid SUV called Terramar has also been revealed.
The Terramar takes its name from the Autódromo de Sitges-Terramar historic racing circuit around the corner from the brand’s base in Martorell, Barcelona. It’s positioned as a new mid-size SUV, described by Cupra design director Jorge Diez as a 4.5-metre-long SUV with ‘Cupra DNA’ and a ‘driver-oriented cockpit.’ As such, it’s a rival for cars such as the new Alfa Romeo Tonale and Volkswagen Tiguan.
Cupra has confirmed that the Terramar will be built alongside the Audi Q3 in Hungary. Using an updated version of the MQB platform intended for next-generation Volkswagen Group plug-in hybrid models, the brand claims that the flagship plug-in version will be capable of up to 62 miles of pure electric running. Pure petrol versions of the Terramar will also be offered, but Cupra has not yet outlined the engine line-up. It did say that the Terramar will be the the last petrol (or diesel) model that the brand will produce.
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