Review: SEAT el-Born (2020)

Electric car with 261-mile range.

On sale 2020.

SEAT el-Born (2020): At A Glance

The SEAT el-Born is closely related to the upcoming Volkswagen ID.3. With a similar footprint to the SEAT Leon, the el-Born will have a real-world range of 261 miles between charges. The manufacturer says it'll be able to cover 0-62mph in 7.5 seconds, and charge to 80 per cent capacity in 47 minutes using 100kW chargers.

 

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When do you think the Volkswagen ID.3 and SEAT el-Born will actually be available?

When do you think the Volkswagen ID.3 and SEAT el-Born will actually be available? Any other similar cars to look out for?
First deliveries of the ID.3 are expected mid-2020. I understand there's already a considerable waiting list, so you might struggle to actually get your hands on one if you haven't got your name down already. You could also consider a Kia e-Niro or Tesla Model 3. Also look at a MINI Electric, Honda E or Peugeot e-208, if you don't need as much space.
Answered by Andrew Brady
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