Once again, SEAT will be part of Techno-Classica, the renowned world show for vintage, classic and prestige cars in Essen, Germany.
SEAT’s biggest product offensive has reached its climax with the introduction of the brand’s new flagship model, the Tarraco.
Black and white images as opposed to ultra HD 4K video; faxes versus apps and vinyl LPs against mp3. Society has evolved tremendously in the past 50 years, but in what ways has the car industry changed?
After captivating car lovers of the world at the Geneva International Motor Show 2019 with the premiere of the CUPRA Formentor, CUPRA went back to the garage for the official presentation of its management team.
Motorists could save more than £1,800 a year in coffee shop bills and up to an hour and a half in time spent lounging in coffee shops*, according to car maker SEAT.
SEAT presented its electric strategy today which, until the beginning of 2021, will include six electric and plug-in hybrid models.
CUPRA has put its new e-Racer – the first 100% electric touring car in the world – through its latest gruelling environmental test, running the stunning electric racer in the wintry -10 degree weather of the Andorran ski slopes.
SEAT’s Martorell factory in Barcelona has reduced its water consumption per car produced by 31% in the last eight years.
A dune field measuring 22 kilometres long and 5 kilometres wide, featuring mountains of sand, varying terrain and extreme temperatures. This is the challenge facing the SEAT Tarraco in Morocco’s largest desert.
The creation process of a concept car – a design exercise that shapes the guidelines for future development – raises hundreds of questions and requires hours of sketching, hundreds of renders, narrowing down ideas and fresh starts.
SEAT posted the best results* in its history in 2018 after increasing its operating profit by 33.4% and reaching a record figure of 254 million euros (2017: 191 million euros).
SEAT UK has announced the fastest-ever CUPRA with the launch of the special edition Leon CUPRA R ST, which can be specced to produce an exceptional 370PS output.
What do rear view mirrors, lane markings and indicators have in common? Besides all being everyday items in our daily lives, these three inventions were the brainchild of women.
CUPRA unveiled the CUPRA Ateca Special Edition at the 2019 Geneva International Motorshow, a unique car that brings greater levels of performance, sophistication and appeal to the high-performance SUV.
Axel Andorff has been appointed SEAT’s new executive Vice-President for R&D, beginning today. With nearly 20 years’ experience at the carmaker Daimler, the new Vice-President will drive the company’s innovation projects.
SEAT el-Born will make its first appearance in front of the world’s media at the Volkswagen Group night, before its public debut at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.
SEAT will take the covers off its first all-electric vehicle at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show with the world premiere of its concept car.
SEAT and IBM are developing a new solution to transform driving in cities. Announced the day after SEAT presented its concept car Minimó promising to revolutionise urban mobility, ‘Mobility Advisor’ uses IBM Watson AI to help urban citizens make informed decisions about their daily transportation options: from cars, to scooters, to bikes...
The latest model of the biggest SEAT product offensive, the New SEAT Tarraco, has achieved a five-star safety rating from testing organisation Euro NCAP, continuing the brand’s tradition of developing vehicles that not only meet the needs of a diverse consumer base, but also offer the safest vehicles on the market.
SEAT is taking the wraps off its vision of the future of urban mobility at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, with the unveiling of its concept car, Minimó.
SEAT is taking a giant leap in its urban micromobility strategy with the presentation of the Minimó at this year’s Mobile World Congress, a concept car that has been developed as a mobility platform, showcasing the company’s vision of urban mobility in the future.
CUPRA is marking its first anniversary by taking the covers off its most stunning, dynamic and eye-catching vehicle yet, the CUPRA Formentor concept car.
Shifting from the confidence of driving on tarmac to the subtlety of ice and snow can be a challenge, but when you’re behind the wheel of a vehicle dedicated to performance and dynamic ability the transition is much easier.
Micromobility, it’s the phrase of the moment. Especially at 2019’s Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona in a few days.
Imagine being able to see into the future to prevent possible conflicts before they occur. The 5G connected car will let drivers do just that.
A complex arrangement of wires more than 2.2 km long flows through the SEAT Ateca like the set of arteries, veins and capillaries of a human body.
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.