Cupra Models without Timing Belt / Cam Belt

In this page we show you a list of Hyundai models, depending on their timing system. They are classified according to their bodywork. This way it will be easier for you to find the vehicle you are most interested in.

In our list of cars with a timing chain, you’ll find are cars produced by Hyundai in the last few years: both ready-to-buy cars and also older models which can be purchased second-hand. In the few cases where a car model has maintained its name for a long time, these have been divided into generations. Next to each model you will see pictures so that they are more easily identifiable.

To see the list of Seat vehicles by engine and timing system type, click here.

Compact Car

Subcompact & Compact SUV / Crossover

Once you click on a model, you’ll see the chosen car separated into its different generations. Each vehicle has been classified by chassis identifier, bodywork and year of manufacturing. Engines are classified according to their fuel system (petrol or diesel). This vehicle’s timing system, whether if it’s a timing belt or a timing chain, will show up in different colors:

■ Timing Belt / Cam Belt (Correa / Faja de Distribución)
■ Timing Chain (Cadena de Distribución / Cadena de Tiempo)
■ Gear Driven (Distribución por Engranajes)
100% Electric, No Timing (Sin Distribución)
Unknown / Not Updated (Información desconocida)

History of Cupra

Cupra is the sports brand of the Spanish manufacturer SEAT. The brand belongs to the Volkswagen Group AG and has existed since 1996 as a designation for some vehicles built by Seat. In 2018, it decided to launch itself on the market as a parallel brand to Seat, with its own logo and even models independent of Seat.

Cupra aims to position itself as a premium brand within the VAG Group, just as DS Automobiles is for Citroën (or rather PSA, now Stellantis).

The Cupra Formentor is the first vehicle by Cupra that does not share its name with Seat. This vehicle is a premium SUV Coupe that features a plug-in hybrid engine among other innovations. It is expected that Cupra will continue to innovate as it becomes more successful. One of the most anticipated cars is the Cupra Tavascan, a fully electric SUV designed under VAG’s MEB platform and that would enter the same segment as the Formentor as a crossover coupe with electric motor and zero emissions.

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