Facelifted variations of the Cupra Leon, Born and Formentor are all earmarked for a late 2024 launch in Australia.
Cupra Australia has warned, nonetheless, these dates might change and the Born specifically might fall into 2025 – the identical 12 months the brand new Tavascan electrical SUV is due right here.
The Terramar petrol/plug-in hybrid SUV might additionally arrive in 2025, although it has but to be revealed in manufacturing guise and its native launch might fall into 2026.
The facelifts of the Leon, Born and Formentor had been teased all the way in which again in June 2022, and all put on distinctive three-triangle LED daytime operating mild signatures as seen on the Tavascan.
A lately spied prototype reveals the Leon’s Tavascan-inspired facelift, which options not solely the distinctive lighting components but additionally a brand new grille and a brand new bumper.
Down again, we will additionally see tweaks to the rear mild graphics and bumper.
Whereas the corporate displayed the front-end styling of the Leon, Born and Formentor facelifts final 12 months, it didn’t exhibit their rears.
It’s unclear what different adjustments we will count on from these fashions, although up to date infotainment techniques seem seemingly given the Volkswagen and Skoda manufacturers are rolling out bigger touchscreens.
Cupra at the moment gives solely these three mannequin traces, plus the older Ateca which is unlikely to see a second technology.
With the Tavascan, Terramar, and upcoming Raval electrical hatch, nonetheless, the worldwide Cupra lineup will double in dimension by 2025.
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