As part of the SEAT 70 years celebration, the brand has been looking back at the sporty icons over the years which proved to be a hit with the younger market and how SEAT kept up to date with the changing trends of the automotive industry.
The Arona and Ateca both took home accolades at the awards.
The SEAT Tarraco retains accolade for second year.
From the angular and bold SEAT 1500 in the 1960s, to the sleek and aerodynamic SEAT Tarraco 70 years later, the flagship models of the SEAT range are a milestone in the history of SEAT, bringing the brand to the success of today.
Production of a new SEAT Arona model with 1.5 TSI engine has begun.
SEAT have launched the new SEAT Leon e-Hybrid, featuring innovative e-Hybrid technology.
In celebration for 70 years of SEAT, 2020 can be remembered through the experience of the SEAT Heritage Collection.
The speed limit has been increased when driving through roadworks on the motorway.
The SEAT Mii electric has been titled the Value Electric Car of the Year at the first What Car? Electric Car Awards.
The SEAT Leon is one of the most popular models in the SEAT range.
SEAT has confirmed that it has donated €100,000 to the #YoMeCorono
Find out more about the increase in electric vehicles on the UK roads.