Electric Seat has been (el) born
The final version in 2020 will probably be quite similar to the concept, which could make it a pretty hot car on the market. Seat really took advantage of its possibility to use the MEB platform to offer an appealing long-range EV with decent performance.
Looking at the concept (see live photos and videos below) we can catch a preview of the modern, minimalistic interior. We guess that it will be quite similar in the case of the Volkswagen I.D. hatchback, which is positive news too.
Seat el-Born specs:
- 62 kWh battery
- up to 420 km (261 miles) of range in WLTP test cycle
- up to 150 kW (204 PS)
- 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.5 seconds
- 0-80% fast charging in 47 minutes (up to 100 kW DC)
- based on MEB platform