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CUPRA engineers have spent two years testing Born on a 6km2 frozen lake test circuit just a few miles from the Arctic Circle.

In this harsh environment, where temperatures often reach -30°C, engineers use cutting-edge technology to optimise the development of the CUPRA Born.

Now in the final stages of testing before its launch, they are pushing the brand’s first fully-electric car to its limits in these severe conditions.

This is a decisive phase in the development of the CUPRA Born. The CUPRA team is subjecting the electric car to over a thousand tests in some of the coldest temperatures on the planet.

CUPRA Born testing in the Artic Circle

This includes durability testing, where...

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