Live photos of the analogue of Skoda Kodiaq from Seat

Live photos of the analogue of Skoda Kodiaq from Seat

July 3, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The new SUV, the third in the line of the brand, the Spaniards announced at the beginning of last year, then the first teaser of SUV was published.

In 2017, Seat held a contest for the name of the crossover, its results were announced in February this year – the model was named Tarraco (Latin name of the Catalan city of Tarragona), in the same month the second official image of the novelty appeared. In spring, the brand distributed a teaser video Tarraco, and now the blog posted CocheSpias live pictures of the crossover. Photo of unimportant quality, but the crossover on them is imprinted without camouflage. It is expected that the public premiere of Seat Tarraco will be held in October in the framework of the Paris Motor Show. However, it is possible that in Spain the first SUV show will be held earlier.

The new crossover Seat is an analog of the models of Skoda Kodiaq and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, based on the MQB platform. Tarraco will be offered in five- and seven-seat versions, the line of engines will include gasoline turbo four TSI and turbodiesel TDI. Drive – front or full. According to preliminary data, the production of Tarraco will be installed at a plant in Wolfsburg, which also produces Tiguan Allspace.

In the lineup of the Spanish brand, the novelty will take the position of the flagship. Recall, at the moment Seat sells two crossover: a compact SUV Arona and a larger SUV Ateca. The first model in Spain costs from 14 420 euros. Cross Seat Ateca in the homeland of the brand will cost at least 18 450 euros.

By the way, with the advent of crossovers in the model range (first-born was Ateca, on the market it came out in the second half of 2016), European sales of Seat are growing. So, if in 2016 the brand sold 348,138 cars (all models) in the Old World, then by the results of 2017 – 397 299 cars. And Ateca accounted for 74 692 units from the total last year’s result of the brand’s sales.