2020 Seat Ateca
It was Seat's first SUV in 2016. With promised deliveries from the end of July 2020, there will now be a facelift. Technically, not so much has changed. It is still derived from the Tiguan with the Modular Transverse Matrix
platform.. As the smallest of the Seat SUVs, together with the Arona and the Tarraco, it is responsible for almost half of Seat's 2019 sales. It has been sold more than 300,000 times in total.
A new grill, differently shaped lights, front and rear aprons are striking at first glance. The design has been adapted to the Seats that followed it. For the rear lights you have to take a closer look and compare it with the Ateca from 2016. Previously there were the equipment variants Reference, Style, Xellence, FR and FR Black Edition, now there is
XREPIENCE, more reminiscent of the Ateca as SUV.
Until now, there have been four petrol engines with displacements of 1 to 2 litres, ranging from 85 kW (115 hp) to 140 kW (190 hp). The combination of the Miller concept with higher geometric compression promises 10
percent more efficiency. There was always only one Diesel engine with 2 litre and 110 kW (150 PS). Now, in addition to the double injection with AdBlue for less NOX, it should also have more power and
torque. If you really want to know more at the moment, take a look around Seat and/or the VW-Group at all.
Full-LED front and rear lights are standard. There is more change in the interior with 10.25 cockpit behind the steering wheel. You can learn about the new assistants in the videos below. Infotainment is new with 8.25 or
9.2 inch centre screen and voice control, electrically heated windscreen and steering wheel. The manufacturer points out expressly to the materials used in the interior and their processing. We will report separately on the
'eSIM' called card in all Seats. The Ateca may not be able to reach the 2017 price, but perhaps reach the last price of the previous model. 22,490 euros.
|Only the length has changed by +18 mm.|