Another European minivan bites the dust. The Seat Alhambra has been axed, but production of the Volkswagen Sharan will continue until end of 2020.
The Seat Alhambra is a European minivan based on the Volkswagen Sharan. The key differences are the bumpers, grille, headlamps, and taillamps.
The 2020 Seat Leon uses the same MQB Evo platform as the Mark VIII Volkswagen Golf and Mark IV Skoda Octavia, but a lot sexier. A lot.
The 2020 Seat Leon Sportstourer has a smooth sensual body that’s 93mm (3.7″) longer, and the latest MQB Evo platform used by the Mark VIII Volkswagen Golf and Skoda Octavia.
The 2020 Seat Leon hatch has a sexy new body that’s 86mm (3.4″) longer than before, and the same MQB Evo platform as the Volkswagen Golf and Skoda Octavia.
Seat, like other Volkswagen Group brands, is electrifying its lineup and the Tarraco FR PHEV is one of six plug-in hybrid and electric cars due by 2021.
The 2020 Seat Tarraco FR Plug-in Hybrid has a total of 180kW (241hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft), and 13kWh battery for 50km (31mi) EV range.
Made between 1969 and 1975, the Seat 1430 was the Spanish version of the Fiat 124 Special. Differences include headlights and dashboard taken from the 125.
The Seat Mii Electric is not only Seat’s first pure electric car, but it will also become the only model in the Mii range. Production begins September 2019.
The 2020 Seat Mii Electric has a motor with 61kW (82hp) and 212Nm (156 lb-ft), a 36.8kWh battery for 260km (162mi) WLTP range, and replaces the gas models.