On 22 February 2019, CUPRA will celebrate its first anniversary as a stand-alone brand by taking the high-performance vehicle to the next level with a new sophisticated design and a unique driving experience.
This week SEAT is kicking off its international TV launch as part of its 360º campaign for its new SUV model, the long-awaited Tarraco.
SEAT is getting ready to participate at the Mobile World Congress, the global benchmark event of mobile technology and connectivity, for the fifth year in a row.
Taking on the dunes and mountains of North Africa is a challenge most vehicles will never have to overcome.
SEAT has secured the prestigious Fleet Manufacturer of the Year award at the inaugural Great British Fleet Event 2019.
Clay model makers are true artists in the automotive sector but it is a profession that is relatively unknown.
Mobile World Capital Barcelona, SEAT, Telefónica, Ficosa, ETRA and i2CAT have signed a collaboration agreement to perform a pilot project for connected cars.
The CUPRA Ateca SUV has won the inaugural Sports SUV of the Year category at the 2019 What Car? Awards at a ceremony in London last night.
The SEAT Arona has celebrated its first full year of sales by winning Small SUV of the Year by What Car? judges at a ceremony in London last night.
The predicted snowy weather is set to test the skills of UK drivers this week says car manufacturer, SEAT, with sub-zero temperatures expected in most regions.
“The new SEAT Ateca plays a key role in our new brand strategy. The Ateca is kick-starting the largest product offensive in the history of SEAT.” These were the words of SEAT Executive Committee Chairman Luca de Meo during the launch of SEAT’s first SUV in 2016.
SEAT UK is celebrating its best ever sales record by selling 62,863 cars in 2018 – 12% more than in 2017 (56,130). The figures mean the brand has also been the fastest growing car manufacturer in the UK for two consecutive years.
Classic songs provide more of a mood-boost for drivers than modern day hits, according to a nationwide survey by car manufacturer, SEAT UK*.
The SEAT UK Press and PR team is back to full strength as Holly Williams has returned to her role as Media Relations Manager. Holly, who has spent the past year on maternity leave, will job share with Laura Margott, who has covered the role admirably over the past year.
As the UK enters a cold snap, SEAT has drawn up its advice and recommendations for greater comfort and safety when driving in cold weather.
SEAT UK is launching a thought-provoking new brand campaign – ‘Because them, us’ – a rallying cry to positively defiant consumers that breaks the mould of traditional motoring adverts.
2018 has been an exceptional year for SEAT. In the past 12 months, SEAT saw the birth of CUPRA, the company’s first sub-brand, and the launch of the Tarraco, the brand’s new flagship model.
With a year to go before it makes its race debut, development of the e-Racer continues, as head of engineering at CUPRA, Xavier Serra, examines the bones of this car and its main components.
The SEAT factory in Martorell, which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary, reached another milestone in 2018 by exceeding the figure of 10 million vehicles produced.
The recently launched SEAT Tarraco SUV could be a life-saver for cyclists, packing technology which can detect and alert the driver to a potential collision.
The CUPRA brand, born from SEAT’s award-winning motorsport division, is the ultimate expression of uniqueness, sophistication and performance, constructed through passion and designed to captivate car enthusiasts around the world, creating vehicles that aren’t founded in nostalgia but rooted in the present.
JAC Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd. held a groundbreaking ceremony for the New Energy Passenger Vehicle Project R&D Centre located in Hefei, Anhui Province.
SEAT has now opened for ordering on its first large SUV and new flagship model, Tarraco. The seven-seater, which sits above Arona and Ateca to complete the Spanish brand’s SUV line-up, is attracting attention with its high level of standard spec: metallic paint, 17” Alloys, DAB, alarm and Full Link for just £28,320 OTR.
SEAT is a step away from reaching the highest sales volume in its 68-year history.
It’s seven in the morning in a location near the Arctic Circle. Gonzalo Giménez, the head of Brakes and Active Safety Systems at SEAT, checks the weather forecast in the hope that the day will at least be sunny as the outside temperature stands at 25 degrees below freezing.
SEAT has been acknowledged as a leader in digital transformation by a study carried out by the prestigious British daily the Financial Times.
SEAT today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Volkswagen Group China and Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group Corp., Ltd (JAC).
The CUPRA e-Racer Concept, the world’s first all-electric touring car, has continued its prize-winning streak, taking the top honour in the Conceptual Transportation category of the influential 2019 German Design Awards.
Essential safety elements that are also a key design aspect of every model, headlights are to a car as eyes are to a face. More than three years of close collaboration between designers and engineers go into creating the lights of a car.
Rizzle Kicks’ Jordan Stephens and Love Island’s Dr Alex George have opened up about their challenges tackling mental health in a new podcast recorded by SEAT and #IAMWHOLE.
SEAT’s biggest product offensive reaches its climax with the introduction of the brand’s new flagship model, the Tarraco.
SEAT UK put mental health awareness in the driving seat last night, supporting charity gig Music 4 Mental Health by chauffeuring acts including James Arthur and Ella Eyre in a fleet of Ateca and Leon models.
SEAT is presenting its innovations that will contribute to enhancing the future of urban mobility at the Smart City Expo World Congress, which is being held in Barcelona from November 13th to 15th.
The car that launched SEAT is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. The SEAT 1400, a luxurious and elegant saloon, marked the beginning of the brand’s story and formed the platform for its future success.
They used to call their friends from their home phone, but now they use latest generation smart phones.