The Seat el-Born concept has been revealed ahead of its full debut at the 2019 Geneva motor show, which takes place next week, and looks nearly ready for production. If you can find a 100kW charger (more are popping up all the time), it'll be possible to juice the battery from empty to 80 per cent in 47 minutes.
EAT el-Born will make its first appearance in front of the world's media at the Volkswagen Group night, before its public debut at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.
The production version of the Seat concept is expected to go on sale next year. Although not meant to be hot hatch rival, it'll still crack 0-62mph in a thoroughly reasonable 7.5seconds.
Equipped with a 62kWh battery pack, the el-Born has an estimated driving range of 420 kilometres based on the WLTP cycle.
SEAT has announced its new all electric vehicle, the SEAT el-Born and the auto is based on the Volkswagen Group MEB platform.
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Seat president Luca de Meo said: "Mobility is evolving and with it, the cars we drive". It looks like a blend between the Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model 3 and VW ID and has fairly dynamic looks.
Aerodynamics are key to maximising the vehicle's range, to this end the SEAT logo on the front is flush to the body, where there is no need to take in air to cool the engine so no demand for a grille.
And their first take at the electric vehicle market is this, the el-Born.
Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos, Seat's director of design, added: "The el-Born is the ultimate translation of our emotional Seat design language into the new world of electrical vehicles".
A 10.0-inch touchscreen occupies the centre of the dashboard, and there's a small digital instrumentation cluster ahead of the driver.