Super Street Network

Due to the EU’s Global Data Protection Regulation, our website is currently unavailable to visitors from most European countries. We apologize for this inconvenience and encourage you to visit for the latest on new cars, car reviews and news, concept cars and auto show coverage, awards and much more.MOTORTREND.COM
 |   |   |  SEAT Ibiza Cupra Racing Game for iPod - Web Exclusive
Subscribe to the Free

SEAT Ibiza Cupra Racing Game for iPod - Web Exclusive

Apr 1, 2009
Eurp_0904_01_z+seat_ibiza_cupra_ipod_game+screen Photo 1/1   |   SEAT Ibiza Cupra Racing Game for iPod - Web Exclusive

Race fans with an iPod Touch or iPhone and take a spin behind the wheel of the all-new, SEAT Ibiza Cupra.

Ahead of the Spanish car's launch later this year, SEAT has teamed up with Apple to create a new video game for iPhone and iPod Touch owners featuring the new Ibiza.

And with more than a quarter of a million downloads in just three weeks, the new SEAT game has established itself as one of the most popular on the platform. In fact, after only a week it had already raced into the Top 3 list of Apple's free applications (in all categories).

The game, available to download free in the App Store of Apple's iTunes, uses a powerful 3D engine to deliver a truly dynamic driving experience.

In true Cupra style, the car can be customized to personal taste at the beginning of the game before the fun begins. Drivers then choose between Test Drive, Time Attack and Race modes for different experiences.

In June, a web application of the Cupra Race game will be released to members of Club SEAT( - a fast-growing virtual community of SEAT owners and supporters with more than 170,000 members worldwide.

And later in the summer, an exciting new update of the Ibiza Cupra game will be released with more cars, circuits and competition modes.

The "real" Ibiza Cupra, due in European showrooms toward the end of the summer, promises no less excitement than its virtual version. The Cupra is brimming with sophisticated technology. It uses a 180hp 1.4-liter engine featuring not only a turbocharger but also a supercharger. This compact yet potent powerplant is mated to a seven-speed DSG transmission, complete with F1-style steering wheel shift-paddles.



Preview the April 2019 issue of Super Street, with the first modified A90 Supra (sort of), an underground RX-7 drifter, Carbon Signal’s threesome of Datsun, and more!
Bob HernandezFeb 15, 2019
The G-Class has changed a lot since the 460-series debuted in 1979. Today, the G-wagon is now as much an S-Class as it is an off-roader
Bradley IgerFeb 15, 2019
Iconic livery and 420 whp transform this classic Mazda.
Benjamin HuntingFeb 14, 2019
That's about what the Honda Civic Type R makes and nearly twice as much power as we got from the last Mini JCW GP back in 2012
Collin WoodardFeb 13, 2019
Created exclusively for Japan, the model gets no powertrain upgrades but looks fantastic enough that we don’t really care.
Ed TahaneyFeb 13, 2019
Sponsored Links