The first model for the Copra as an independent brand is on the road. Starting at NIS 249,900
The performance version of Seat's familiar leisure vehicle, Hatka, is set to begin in Israel. The most extreme hatchback, marketed under the name Copra, is actually the first Copra car as an independent brand.
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Under the aggressive touches received by the familiar car, you can find Volkswagen's 2.0 engine, which produces 300 hp here. The power goes on-demand for the four wheels and translates into pretty evocative performance data.
The Atra Copra jumps to 100 mph in 4.9 h on the way to a maximum speed of 245 mph. This capability is supposed to back up chassis assemblies and racks adapted to the increased load. You can also find an adaptive suspension system here, brakes that grow in size and 19-inch rims.
As far as accessories are concerned, the hatchback in this version gets an electric tuning driver's seat, smart key, peripheral camera array, sunroof and more. The safety equipment is also comprehensive and can be found here, among other things, also adaptive cruise control, lane keeping and independent braking.