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.
The Seat Tarraco is the brand’s newest crossover, and its largest with seven seats, but where does its name come from, and does it mean anything?
Designed in Spain, built in Germany, the new Seat Tarraco is the company’s largest SUV, and will be available in 5 and 7 seat configurations.
The 2019 Seat Tarraco is the largest of the brand’s three SUVs, is available with 5 or 7 seats, 1.5L and 2L gas engines, and 2L turbo-diesels.