Seat has announced plans to bring the all-new Leon Cup Racer to the 2013 Worthersee. The racer is powered by a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder turbo mill producing 330 HP (243 kW) and 258 lb-ft (350 Nm) of torque. Those ponies are all sent to the front wheels with help from a 6-speed DSG and a differential lock which is electronically controlled. Seat will also be selling a different version of the car featuring a sequential racing transmission and a mechanical differential lock. Both of them come with 18-inch racing wheels, a different body kit, plus a smooth underbody.
The Seat Leon Cup Racer fitted with the aforementioned DSG transmission can be yours if you are willing to spend 70,000 euros, while the more radical variant begins at 95,000 euros. It is important to mention that these two prices exclude VAT.
As far as the interior is concerned, the cars come with a stripped cabin that contains bucket seats with HANS system, a roll cage for safety purposes, along with a multi-function steering wheel and a TFT display.