Greater globalisation by the Volkswagen Group sees SEAT producing its large SUV outside of Spain, as it trundles along the production line alongside the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace at the company’s Wolfsburg plant. Of course, under the skin, the two products are closely aligned, along with Skoda’s Kodiaq, though that model is produced at the Kvasiny […]
Alboran, Aranda, Avila or Tarraco. One of these four Spanish place names will designate SEAT’s new SUV, which will be going on sale in 2018. SEAT President Luca de Meo made the announcement today during his speech at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which opened its doors this morning to the press.