The limited-run model is being produced in 799 examples worldwide and will arrive on roads after Cupra is launched as the standalone performance division of Seat at the upcoming Geneva motor show.
Priced from £34,995, the third iteration of the range-topping hot hatch gets a 306bhp petrol engine, up from the Cupra 300's 296bhp, thanks to sportier engine mapping. New exhausts and a package of aerodynamic improvements will also feature, as well as upgraded Brembo brakes, adaptive suspension with Dynamic Chassis Control, and modified front camber.
The car comes available with an exclusive matte exterior finish, copper detailing and bucket seats distinguishing the car from the standard Cupra. There's also an entirely new instrument cluster.