Geneva MOTORSHOW 2016
The moment everyone has been waiting for at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show has finally arrived. After a long and much anticipated wait, SEAT has unveiled their new SUV, the New SEAT Ateca. This can be regarded as one of the brand’s most important offerings in recent history and makes SEAT a strong competitor within the SUV segment.
Designed with sharp lines and taut curves, this crossover has evolved with the same design DNA from the Leon and is undoubtedly a statement of intention from SEAT with a glimpse of what’s to come from the brand in the future. The high roofline hints at the extra interior space and comfort inside and the interior definitely delivers on every aspect.
On top of space, extra comfort comes with high quality upholstery throughout, along with leather stitching on the steering wheel and gearstick. The interior is not only comfortable but also adaptable to your mood, allowing you to set the tone for your car journey with eight different multicolour Ambient Lighting settings to choose from.
The New SEAT Ateca is also equipped with the latest technology from SEAT with innovative additions including the SEAT Drive Profile with Driving Experience Button and Wireless Charger. With other state-of-the-art technologies like Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, this is a car that anticipates exactly what the driver needs and delivers it in a way that aims to make the day-to-day flow smoothly and make even the shortest of rides that little bit more exciting.
Entertainment comes in the form of an 8” infotainment touch screen with Navigation and Full Link Technology and for even more driver comfort and convenience, the New SEAT Ateca has a Top View Camera and Parking Assist, Electric Boot with Virtual Pedal, and KESSY Keyless entry and go.
What’s more, any daily commute to work can be enjoyable when you can feel good knowing that the New SEAT Ateca comes with an extra efficient engine.
It looks as though this new offering from SEAT will definitely be one of the biggest talking points during and long after the 2016 Geneva Motor Show has finished.