2017 Seat Cupra is a GT racing car launched into the world first debuted as a concept car on 24-04-2003 at Barcelona Motor Show, by SEAT. The ultimate model of the SEAT Cupra GT was later offered, what does the customer by SEAT Sport department, addressed the Spanish car manufacturer in a limited series racing teams or individuals to participate in GT racing as the Spanish GT Championship addressed.
The seat sports department worked with the seat Design Center in Sitges, in order to create the driver with the design essence of the seat Salsa and Tango concept cars seat. So the seat Cupra GT incorporates the brand’s “car emoción ‘philosophy, with curved” Dynamic Line “falling characteristic Walter de Silva’s on the sides of the car from front to back.
2017 Seat Cupra Engine
For a sports car, 2017 Cupra is made possible by a 2995 cc V6 twin turbo 4 valves/cylinder DOHC gasoline Audi engine with an output of over 500 kW (373 hp) and a peak torque of 600 N·m (440 lb·ft) at 5250 rpm. The car length on the rear central position placed and the output is led by a rear-wheel drive layout including a 6-speed sequential gearbox.
2017 Seat Cupra Suspension
The 2017 Seat Cupra GT, by the time it as a concept car, equipped with self-reliant dual wishbones with coil Öhlins shock absorbers, extensive ventilated disc brakes (378 mm (14.9 in) to 355 mm (14.0 in) rear) with Brembo’s AP Racing brake calipers painted in a dark titanium nuance and tires (265/650 front, 285/680 rear) mounted to titanium colored six double-talking 18 “alloy wheels. Intended to run in GT racing, the wheels of the car’s protected by a single bolt saving time during changes the wheel.
2017 Seat Cupra Performance
The performance of the 2017 Cupra GT is characterized by the approximate top speed of 295 km/h (183 mph), while the common restraint of scurrying from a standing start to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) is completed in 4.2 seconds.