It has never been about going faster or getting there sooner, for us whether long or short, journeys should be enjoyed. This is where we put all of our focus, this is the purpose we give to every single part of our cars.
On The Winners Podium Everyday
SEAT is a brand with a clear sporty spirit. Proof of this is in SEAT Sport, a division that works hand in hand with the Technical Centre and tests on the racetrack to bring out the best results in our sportiest models.
SEAT LEON CUP RACER
Starting from the Leon CUPRA 5D and created by passionate perfectionists, the CUP Racer was born to hit the race track. Its dynamism stands out with its 330HP 4 cylinder engine, 6-speed DSG gearshift and double clutch.
Turn a CUPRA into a CupRacer
Delivering the best performance-power ratio, the Eco TSI engines assure more control without losing any sportiness. And the ACT technology deactivates cylinders when they’re not needed to lower overall fuel consumption.
This 100hp engine delivers incredible performance. By switching between two and four cylinders, it offers the power of a petrol engine with a diesel’s efficiency.
With every SEAT, we aim to create a comfortable and unique driving experience.
The powerful CUPRA engine has a maximum power of 290hp and a top speed of 250km/h. It can reach 100km/h in just 6s.
A powerful performance that makes every ride an exhilarating experience whether you are driving an SC, ST or 5D.
The four cylinders 1.4 TSI ACT improve engine power and dynamic driving.
4 Times Stronger
4Drive technology incorporates a permanent 4x4 integral traction system with a 5th generation Haldex clutch that responds immediately to any imaginable driving situation.
SEAT EXTREME TESTS
Taking Cars To The Limit
We test our cars in every imaginable environment to ensure our cars can handle anything they may come up against: travelling over 20,000km and to a variety of places with temperatures ranging from minus 40 to plus 45.
Champion Of Them All
In the hands of the pilot Jordi Gené, the Leon ST CUPRA made history with its 280 HP engine. It lapped the Green Hell in a time of 7m58.12s, smashing the previous record for front-wheel-drive production cars.