Has some pace and precision, and the usual crossover practicalities, but doesn’t have the hallmarks of a great driver’s car.
The Cupra Ateca is the first instalment in a new line of performance derivatives from Spanish car firm Seat, all of which will be sold without Seat badges. From here on out, top-of-the-line sporting models from the VW Group’s Iberian outpost will simply be badged ‘Cupra’. As far as anyone knows, however, they will continue to be factory-tuned versions of…
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