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 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.
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.
Taking on the dunes and mountains of North Africa is a challenge most vehicles will never have to overcome.
Clay model makers are true artists in the automotive sector but it is a profession that is relatively unknown.
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.
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’s biggest product offensive reaches its climax with the introduction of the brand’s new flagship model, the Tarraco.
For the first time in about 20 years, Volkswagen’s Wolfsburg plant is producing a model of another Group brand: the SEAT Tarraco.
Barcelona-based car maker SEAT used 5,000kg of clay to create the final, life-size model of its biggest ever car, the new 7-seat Tarraco SUV.