Anyone searching for a sportier looking yet more affordable Volkswagen, should carefully examine the lineup offerings by SEAT. The Spanish brand is currently represented across all major classes and offers healthy alternatives to the reserved models of its German parent company. Let’s do a quick review of the newest SEATs of 2021, explore the freshly revised engine bay and high-tech.
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This video release continues our series about new and updated 2021 models from the world’s largest automakers:
#1 2021 SEAT Tarraco e-Hybrid
Introduced back in early 2020, the hybrid version of the mid-size Tarraco finally goes on sale as a 2021 model. Offered in Xcellence and FR trims, the SUV boasts a performance-ready plug-in hybrid drivetrain that mates 1.4L TSI with an electric motor and a 13 kWh battery.
#2 2021 SEAT Leon
Not willing to disrupt the winning streak of the Leon hatchback, Seat invests 1.1 billion in the development of the new generation of the model. They doubled down on the proven formula.
#3 2021 SEAT Ateca
The compact crossover class is all the rage on the European market and the Ateca is a worthy buy within it. Its latest facelift updates the grille, front-and rear-bumpers, head- and taillights.
#4 2021 SEAT Leon e-HYBRID
The new flagship configuration of the Leon takes advantage of the MQB platform’s versatility and puts to use a plugin hybrid powertrain. It is comprised of a 1.4L TSI unit, a 13 kWh battery and a single electric motor.
#5 2021 SEAT Arona
SEAT Arona entered the subcompact niche four years ago, becoming the 2nd vehicle in Seat’s new CUV offensive. In 2021, it continues to offer attractive styling inside and out, and adds a new member to its engine family.
#6 2021 SEAT Tarraco 2.0 TSI 245PS DSG 4Drive
Matching its plug-in sibling in terms of power output, the new 245-hp ICE Seat Tarraco is still considered the flagship of the range. Offered both in 5 and 7-seat configurations, the model comes with a 2-liter turbo engine that peaks at 273 lb-ft and comes paired with a smooth-shifting 7-speed DSG and a 4-drive AWD system.
#7 2021 SEAT MO 125
The future where vehicles produce neither noise nor emissions is inevitable, and last-mile commuters will definitely rely on two-wheelers. For this reason, SEAT enters the last-mile transportation segment with its first fully-electric MO 125 scooter assembled in collaboration with the Spanish Silence.
#8 2021 SEAT Ibiza
The compact SEAT Ibiza hatchback has been in production since 1984, changing five generations and becoming the one of the company’s best-selling models. The current gen of the car is gradually approaching its mid-cycle refresh in 2022, but this year, the manufacturer decided to boost Ibiza’s appeal with a sportier version powered by a 1.5L TSI.