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    2020 Cupra Leon

    The new CUPRA Leon is a vehicle developed to bring a new identity to the high-performance compact segment, building on the generations of vehicles that came before it. With two body styles available – 5-door and Sportstourer – the CUPRA Leon expands its appeal even further, allowing customers to choose the vehicle that best fits their lifestyle, without needing to compromise on performance, comfort or practicality. And with high levels of standard equipment including full...

    2020 Seat Leon

    SEAT presented today at the Martorell facilities the all-new SEAT Leon, a vehicle aiming to enliven the compact segment. The company has invested more than 1.1 billion euros in order to bring vehicles with more efficient engines, next levels of connectivity and driving assistance, great dynamism and more eye-catching aesthetics to the market. The SEAT Leon has always been a core pillar in the brand’s vehicle line-up, and a reference point for the segment, proven...

    2020 SEAT Tarraco FR PHEV

    Seat first presented the Tarraco in 2018 at the Paris Motor Show, but at its launch it was only offered with diesel and gasoline engines. Now the Spanish maker is also presenting a plug-in hybrid powertrain technology and the sporty FR trim. The new Tarraco FR PHEV will make its world debut at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Under the hood of the new Tarraco FR PHEV Seat placed a powertrain system that combines...

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