Radio DJ Scott Mills Takes Delivery of A New SEAT Leon Cupra R

Scott Mills in His New SEAT Leon Cupra R
Scott Mills in His New SEAT Leon Cupra R

Radio DJ Scott Mills has taken delivery of a new SEAT Leon Cupra R, which offers a top speed of 155mph thanks to its 265 PS 2.0 litre turbocharged engine.

Scott said: "I think it's really good looking. It's sleek and sporty and the wheels really look fantastic.

"It has become a bit of a thing with all my mates. They want to go in my car all the time which means I have to drive everywhere!"

He added: "I've owned quite a few big and powerful cars but the Leon is right up there with any of them. It's fantastic fun to drive and I just love it.

"The sound system is amazing and I've set up my iPhone so I can stream in music and listen to radio stations from the States, and the quality's brilliant."

The SEAT Leon Cupra R has a 0-62mph time of 6.2 seconds and offers a combined fuel economy figure of 34.9g/km with CO2 emissions of 190g/km, and is priced at £25,995.

Handing over the Leon's keys to Scott, SEAT UK's Head of Press and PR Mike Orford said: "The appeal of this thrilling SEAT is obvious. Great hot hatch styling, fabulous performance and SEAT's trademark sporty ride and handling are all there in spades.

"And with just a few hundred examples of this car on the road in the UK, it gives its driver the opportunity to really turn heads and stand out from the crowd."


Published : 22/06/11 Author : Staff

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