- The CUPRA Formentor concept car is driven for the first time around the cape it is named after
- The wind and the Mediterranean Sea served as inspiration for the design of the first model specifically developed for the brand
- The winding road to the lighthouse was built in the 30s and borders cliffs rising to over 300 metres
The meeting point of the winds is the name given by the people who live on Majorca to Cape Formentor, which is the northern most tip of the island. A spectacular coastal road, flanked by cliffs rising to 300 metres, leads to the lighthouse that crowns the summit of the cape. For the first time, the CUPRA Formentor is driven in the landscape that inspired its design.
Sculpted by the wind: The wind and waves shape the steep cliffs of Cape Formentor every day. This changing seascape inspired CUPRA exterior designer Alberto Torrecillas to create its streamlined silhouette. “Wind sculpts the rocks, which inspired me to design the side blisters that show dynamism and a feeling of movement, even when the car is stationary."