Set has recently unveiled the all-new 2016 Leon Cup Race TCR, which will debut at the 2016 Seat Leon Eurocup, starting this April.
The 2016 Leon Cup Racer TCR if fully tweaked with a lot of racing features, providing impressive performance under the hood.
We are dealing here with a new cooling system and redesigned exhaust system, along with new shock absorbers with a two-way adjustable function, as well as the 100-liter safety tank for faster refueling during races. Additional mechanical features refer to the AP six-piston brake calipers or the mechanical slip differential lock positioned at the front axle.
All these make the 2016 Leon Cup Racer TCR a “top-flight motorsport machine”, the racer packing an upgraded 2.0-liter flat-four turbocharged engine, with 330 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque.
Most importantly, the biggest change is the six-speed sequential gearbox, the same found on the entire TCR International Series. With the new sequential gearbox, the driver will use the shift paddles from the steering wheel to have full control of the box.
The 2016 Leon Cup Racer TCR standard can be had from €85,000 while the sequential transmission version sets you back at a higher €111,000, both prices excluding the taxes.