SEAT says its biggest product offensive reaches its climax with the introduction of the brand’s new flagship model, the Tarraco. The company says the new vehicle will bring higher margins to the company, growing its portfolio and increasing its competitiveness, allowing it to cover 80 per cent of vehicle segments in the European market
For the first time in about 20 years, Volkswagen’s Wolfsburg plant is producing a model of another Group brand: the SEAT Tarraco. The Spanish SUV, which was designed and developed in Barcelona, exploits the synergy effects of the MQB production platform.
SEAT says the future design direction of its new models has been unveiled as the wraps come off the all-new Tarraco. The large SUV – named after the Mediterranean city of Tarragona, a historic cultural centre – completes the Barcelona-based manufacturer’s SUV range.
SEAT is beginning the roll out of Amazon Alexa, Amazon’s cloud-based voice service, in its vehicles, giving customers access to a host of functions through simple voice commands.
The Ateca might be the brand’s first proper SUV, but on this form, there are exciting things ahead when the Spanish brand launches the smaller Arona and a larger SUV in the near future.
While the Leon used to be stuck with some indifferent plastics, the new model is a far better place to spend time, and a facelift brings even better infotainment systems and connectivity.
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SEAT’s new Arona is now available to order in the UK, with diesels priced from £18,500. The fourth new model from the Barcelona-based brand in just 18 months is its first foray into the crucial compact crossover class.
Alboran, Aranda, Avila or Tarraco. One of these four Spanish place names will designate SEAT’s new SUV, which will be going on sale in 2018. SEAT President Luca de Meo made the announcement today during his speech at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which opened its doors this morning to the press.