And it’ll do 0-62mph in around three seconds when it arrives in 2021
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Seat Leon Cupra
The Top Gear car review:Seat Leon Cupra
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
Inside, the Cupra is much the same as the normal Leon but with various nods to hot hatchery, such as the flat-bottomed steering wheel and Cupra badges. It’s a comfortable place to be, especially if you opt for the bucket seats. One criticism, though, is that the seats don’t go low enough – it feels like you’re sat on top of the car rather than in it. A minor dig, admittedly, but in a hot hatch you should feel like you’re at the centre of the action.