Seat Cupra GT
The SEAT Cupra GT is a prototype race car by Spanish manufacturer SEAT, presenting the world premiere at the Motor Show in Barcelona in 2003. It was jointly developed by SEAT Sport and Design Centre SEAT, is equipped with an Audi engine biturbo V6 petrol with 2995cc (3 liters) which is capable of developing 500hp (373 kW) and has a 6-speed sequential transmission. The SEAT Cupra GT can accelerate from 0-100km/h in time of 4.2 seconds and can reach 295km/h top speed. The Cupra GT went to SEAT Sport customers, race teams and coaches, and was created exclusively to run on circuit design combines a supercar with the image of the previous prototypes SEAT SEAT Salsa and Tango. GT Cupra body is constructed of carbon fiber, having disc brakes of 378 mm in the front and 355 mm at the rear. The Cupra GT suspension has double Öhlins springs and dampers. It measures electrohydraulic power steering and the wheels are 265/650 front and 285/680 rear.
The Cupra GT will be built to order and is intended for clients of SEAT Sport sports, racing teams and coaches, jogging circuits.