Jordi Gene has taken to the hill in the Club Racer
The car develops 365bhp from a tuned 2.0-litre engine
Tipping the scales at just 1120kg, the car has the potential to spawn a WTCC entry from Seat next year
Seat's Leon Cup Racer has taken to the hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed today with Seat Sport driver Jordi Gené behind the wheel.
The car, which makes its UK debut at the event, has 365bhp on tap from its tuned 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine. Tipping the scales at just 1120kg, the car has the potential to spawn a WTCC entry from Seat next year.
Alongside the Cup Racer, Seat has a new Ibiza Trophy race car on display, as well as its production models. The Festival of Speed will also give UK customers a chance to see Seat's new Leon SC, which goes on sale later this month.
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