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The digital driver binnacle (Digital Cockpit) can be customised to your needs; in addition to the regular views, CUPRA has developed a bespoke ‘Sport’ view for CUPRA Leon. The digital driver binnacle is joined by a (standard) 10-inch infotainment system that incorporates Retina display and offers 3D online navigation, as well as integrating voice and gesture control.
The next level of connectivity is being made available to Leon customers with the introduction of the SEAT Connect app. Downloadable to your smart device, it gives remote control to a range of functions that will maximise ownership enjoyment and improve safety.
The CUPRA engineers and designers have used advanced lighting systems to provide dynamic styling, bringing focus to the overall design and improving safety. The full LED technology used in the headlights improves vision, making even the darkest road visible to the driver. Inside, the CUPRA Leon enhances the experience with a full-LED wraparound ambient lighting system bringing increased personality to the interior.
The new CUPRA Leon’s design is emphasised further with the inclusion of the rear coast-to-coast light design. The technology gives greater expression to the rear and makes the vehicle stand out to other road users.
While CUPRA is synonymous with performance, it also incorporates a suite of safety and convenience technologies that will make it even easier and safer to live with in daily life. When the road becomes more congested Traffic Jam Assist takes the stress out of driving, maintaining a safe distance to the vehicle in front, staying in lane (based on road markings) and, with Lane Assist Plus, keeps the CUPRA Leon centred in its lane.
Predictive Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) uses feeds from GPS data delivered from the navigation system and input from the front-mounted camera and Traffic Sign Recognition, whilst Blind Spot Detection alerts you to another vehicle in your blind spot when on the motorway.
To maintain safety and meet legal requirements, you must continually monitor the system and their surroundings, keeping at least one hand on the steering wheel. If the vehicle senses that you have taken both hands off the wheel for more than 15 seconds, you will receive audible and visual warnings.