Seat - Cupra Badge
Explaination and usages
Cupra

What does actually the Cupra badge mean on vehicles by Seat?

Short for Cup Racing. This label is traditionally carried by the more powerful sport versions of SEAT cars whose specific components are tailored to follow their high performance. CUPRA cars find themselves above the FR and below CUPRA R vehicles in the model range.

CUPRA badge first appeared back in 1996 as a homage to a rally version of the SEAT Ibiza winning the World Rally Championship within the 2-litre engine category. Since 2003 up until 2008 there also was a Cupra Championship, reserved for the spanish brand sport cars only.

List of cars using this badge

Vehicles by Seat

acceleration

7.9

seconds

consumption

7.8

l/100km

Seat Cordoba Coupe 1.8 20VT Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 1999. to 2003.  

acceleration

6.7

seconds

consumption

6.0

l/100km

Seat Ibiza SC 1.8 TSI Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2015. to 2017.  

acceleration

6.9

seconds

consumption

5.9

l/100km

Seat Ibiza SC 1.4 TSI Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2012. to 2015.  

acceleration

7.2

seconds

consumption

6.4

l/100km

Seat Ibiza SC 1.4 TSI Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2009. to 2012.  

acceleration

7.3

seconds

consumption

7.9

l/100km

Seat Ibiza  1.8 20VT Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2006. to 2009.  

acceleration

7.6

seconds

consumption

5.4

l/100km

Seat Ibiza  1.9 TDi Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2006. to 2009.  

acceleration

7.3

seconds

consumption

7.9

l/100km

Seat Ibiza  1.8 20VT Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2002. to 2006.  

acceleration

7.6

seconds

consumption

5.4

l/100km

Seat Ibiza  1.9 TDi Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2002. to 2006.  

acceleration

7.9

seconds

consumption

7.8

l/100km

Seat Ibiza  1.8 20VT Cupra
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 1999. to 2002.  

acceleration

7.5

seconds

consumption

7.8

l/100km

Seat Ibiza  1.8 20VT Cupra R
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 1999. to 2002.  

acceleration

5.8

seconds

consumption

6.9

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.0 TSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2016. to 2020.  

acceleration

5.7

seconds

consumption

6.9

l/100km

Seat Leon SC 2.0 TSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2016. to 2020.  

acceleration

6.0

seconds

consumption

7.0

l/100km

Seat Leon ST 2.0 TSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2016. to 2020.  

acceleration

4.9

seconds

consumption

7.2

l/100km

Seat Leon ST 2.0 TSI Cupra 4Drive
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2016. to 2020.  

acceleration

5.8

seconds

consumption

6.6

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.0 TSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2013. to 2016.  

acceleration

5.8

seconds

consumption

6.6

l/100km

Seat Leon SC 2.0 TSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2013. to 2016.  

acceleration

6.1

seconds

consumption

6.7

l/100km

Seat Leon ST 2.0 TSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2013. to 2016.  

acceleration

6.4

seconds

consumption

8.1

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.0 TFSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2009. to 2013.  

acceleration

6.2

seconds

consumption

8.1

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.0 TFSI Cupra R
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2009. to 2013.  

acceleration

5.7

seconds

consumption

8.6

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.0 TFSI Cupra 310
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2005. to 2009.  

acceleration

6.4

seconds

consumption

8.6

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.0 TFSI Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2005. to 2009.  

acceleration

7.0

seconds

consumption

8.7

l/100km

Seat Leon  1.8 20VT Cupra R
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2000. to 2005.  

acceleration

6.9

seconds

consumption

8.9

l/100km

Seat Leon  1.8 20VT Cupra R
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2000. to 2005.  

acceleration

9.1

seconds

consumption

5.7

l/100km

Seat Leon  1.9 TDi Cupra 4
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2000. to 2005.  

acceleration

8.9

seconds

consumption

5.3

l/100km

Seat Leon  1.9 TDi Cupra
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2000. to 2005.  

acceleration

7.3

seconds

consumption

9.0

l/100km

Seat Leon  2.8 V6 Cupra 4
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2000. to 2005.  

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