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.
With just two months left before 2018 comes to a close, SEAT sales continue to post record growth. Between January and October, the company sold 449,000 vehicles worldwide, which is 13.7% more than in the same period of 2017 (395,100).
As cities continue to grow, achieving efficient mobility has become one of the major challenges that institutions and carmakers have to tackle.
It’s only been two months since Ducati Team riders and CUPRA ambassadors Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Dovizioso drove the brand’s TCR for the first time.
The CUPRA brand, created from SEAT’s award-winning motorsport division, is the ultimate expression of uniqueness, sophistication and performance, born from passion and designed to captivate car enthusiasts around the world, creating vehicles that aren’t founded in nostalgia but rooted in the present.
The new era of touring car competition has officially started today – WSC Technology has presented the eTCR series, the first ever electric, multi-brand touring car championship that will kick off in 2020.
To ensure its car seats remain comfortable and sturdy after thousands of kilometres and extreme use, SEAT employs a team of engineers to sit down all day.
For the first time in about 20 years, Volkswagen’s Wolfsburg plant is producing a model of another Group brand: the SEAT Tarraco.
CUPRA Ateca – the first model to be launched under the new brand – has opened for UK buyers to order. A unique model in the market, CUPRA Ateca offers the highest performance of any SUV available outside of premium manufacturers.
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.
As CUPRA engineer Xavier Serra, mechanic Jordi Martí and race driver Jordi Gené test the CUPRA e-Racer ahead of its expected debut in ETCR (Electric Touring Car Racing series) in 2020, they’re learning how the electric racer has completely changed the way the CUPRA racing team does its work.
The CUPRA e-Racer, the world’s first all-electric touring car, has won the prestigious German Design Council’s Automotive Brand Contest 2018 in the Concepts category.
The future design direction of new SEAT models has been unveiled tonight as the wraps have come off the all-new Tarraco.
A revolutionary new technology that could completely change the way drivers and passengers listen to music and watch TV inside a car will be tested by SEAT and Noveto.
‘Where there’s a will, there’s a way’ is the motto of racer Laia Sanz, a premise of courage and effort she follows to the letter both while training and competing.
SEAT is responding to the needs of Millennials with a revolutionary car-buying strategy that simplifies the purchasing process.
SEAT UK kicked off the second half of the year at record-setting pace, posting a figure of 5,680 cars sold in July 2018.
SEAT and Grupo Sesé are again at the forefront of road transport. Both companies carried out a pilot test to analyse the performance of the duo trailer, the largest and most efficient freight delivery truck now driving on motorways in certain European countries.
SEAT is beginning the roll out of Amazon Alexa, Amazon’s cloud-based voice service, in its vehicles, giving customers access to a host of functions accessible through simple voice commands.
SEAT is bringing its versatile and customisable Digital Cockpit to the Arona and Ibiza, providing clearer information that is better suited to individual drivers.
SEAT is giving British holidaymakers the keys to car-packing success this summer, with three simple steps from a tidiness guru that will revolutionise the annual chore.
The Castellolí (Barcelona) circuit was the backdrop for race driver Jordi Gené to truly test the limits of the CUPRA e-Racer, the first ever fully electric competition touring car, which the brand is developing with his help.
SEAT fans can now get their hands on an exclusive Leon ST CUPRA Carbon Edition – but they will have to be quick, as fewer than 50 are being released in the UK.
Telefónica and SEAT today have presented the first case within the framework of the 5G Technological Cities project by equipping both a vehicle and road infrastructure with technology enabling the exchange of information
“Stupenda”, “magnifique”, “schön”, “enorme”. Different words and different languages, but all with the same substance. Ten international followers of SEAT received an exclusive first look at its newest model, the SEAT Tarraco.
SEAT has reaffirmed its commitment to music by partnering with Lollapalooza, one of the world’s major urban festivals.
They are ecological and run on a fuel that is less expensive and just as safe as petrol or diesel; but do we really know how natural gas powered cars work? Andrew Shepherd and Antonio Calvo, experts on compressed natural gas (CNG) at SEAT, tell us all about how these vehicles operate:
SEAT continues to grow outside Europe with an ambitious globalisation strategy.
Motorcycle racer Laia Sanz (Corbera de Llobregat, 1985), a high profile international motorsport competitor, has been chosen as a CUPRA ambassador, solidifying the sporting heritage of the brand.
Britain’s new car buyers are flocking to Barcelona-based brand SEAT, with the manufacturer posting an outstanding 33% rise in UK sales in June alone.
SEAT is heading to China. Volkswagen Group China and Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group Corp., Ltd (JAC), the partners in the JAC Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd. joint venture, and SEAT have signed a Memorandum of Understanding by way of which the Spanish company teams up with the joint venture and will be the Volkswagen Group’s lead brand in...
Patience may be a virtue for drivers who want to remain focussed at the wheel as rising temperatures could be impacting driver reaction times.