Tag: SEAT

2021 SEAT Ateca Facelift Reveals More Of Its Revised Styling

Seat’s best-selling SUV, the Ateca, is getting ready to embrace its first mid-cycle refresh, four years after production began. The compact model has been spied testing again in northern Europe, hiding the changes underneath vinyl stickers. At the front, it sports a redesigned bumper and slightly bigger grille, flanked by the new headlights with different […]

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2020 SEAT Leon Detailed In 140 Photos, Offers The Most Diverse Lineup Ever

First presented in January, the all-new 2020 SEAT Leon gets detailed in a big photo gallery and new videos as the automaker prepares to start deliveries across Europe. Built on the MQB Evo platform just like the VW Golf Mk8, Audi A3 Mk4 and Skoda Octavia Mk4, the fourth-generation SEAT Leon offers more variety than […]

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New 2020 Cupra Leon Hatch And Wagon Are Here As Golf GTI’s Slightly Hotter Mediterranean Cousin

Cupra has unveiled the new Leon hatchback and wagon, ahead of their debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. Looking slightly more aggressive than their Seat counterparts, the Cupra Leons are distinguished by a unique front fascia that features a revised grille and sportier air intakes. The subtle styling changes continue further back as the […]

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Watch Cupra Unveil The New Hot Leon Family Live Here At 12:30 EST / 18:30 CET

SEAT’s performance brand, Cupra, will be hosting the world premiere of the all-new Leon hot hatch today, at 18:30 CET (12:30 p.m. EST). The sporty lineup of compact models will greet the world at the inauguration of the Cupra Garage, in Martorell, Spain, and the event will be live streamed over the web. You can find […]

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VW Offers German Buyers €830 Million As Dieselgate Compensation Despite Failed Settlement Talks

Volkswagen failed to reach an agreement with German consumer protection representatives during settlement negotiations regarding Dieselgate. The automaker said the negotiations with the Federation of German Consumer Organisations (VZBV) collapsed “over unjustified demands for €50 million made by the plaintiff’s attorneys.” Despite that, Volkswagen Group’s Board of Management has approved a settlement package of up […]

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