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New SEAT Ateca Is Spanish Brand’s Foray Into SUVs [w/Video]


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SEAT has finally added an SUV in its range, the all-new Ateca that was officially presented today prior to its first public outing at next month’s Geneva Auto Show.

New Seat Ateca SUV Leaked Ahead Of Geneva Debut


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This is it, the final production version of Seat’s new SUV model which goes by the Ateca name.

SEAT Reflects On Modern Day SUV Culture & Growth


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This news comes straight of Martorell, as SEAT is ready to launch their first compact SUV, the Spanish manufacturer thinks consumers are dictating the growth of this segment.

Seat's New SUV Might Be Called The Ateca


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The VW Group is expanding its SUV lineup and after Skoda announced its VisionS Concept for Geneva, its Spanish cousin will attend the same event with a compact model.

Seat Aran SUV Surfaces The Internet Ahead Of Geneva Show Debut


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Seat’s upcoming SUV accidentally leaked on the internet via what’s believed to be the vehicle’s infotainment display.

Seat's Martorell Plant To Produce Audi A1; Q3 Assembly Will Move To Hungary


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Je Design Tunes The Seat Leon ST Cupra To 350 PS


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If you ever thought that the regular 280 PS (276 hp) Seat Leon ST Cupra needs a little more oomph, then look no further than JE Design’s offering.

VW Announces Diesel Fix For Euro Models Fitted With EA189 Engines


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The VW Group finally revealed the fix measures for the EA189-eqquiped models in Europe to the German Motor Transport Authority.

Updated Seat Ibiza Cupra Gets Large Photo Gallery [66 images]


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Despite being shown a couple of months ago, the newest version of the Ibiza Cupra was only recently highlighted.

Seat Leon SC Cross Sport Won't Make It Into Production


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The Leon Cupra Cross Sport Concept may look like a perfect rally-inspired automobile, but unfortunately we’ll never see it perform in the wild, as Seat doesn’t intend to put it into production.

VW’s Head Of Design Walter de Silva Leaves Company


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VW Group announced that Walter Maria de Silva, head of design will leave from the company for retirement reasons.

Seat Plans Revealed: Four New Models By 2018, SUV Coming In 2016


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Seat announced their new ‘Strategy 2025’ plan in order to create sustainable profitability and that includes the launch of four new models in the next two years.

VW Considering Anything From Software Upgrades To Outright Replacing Affected Diesel Models


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As the October 7 deadline approaches, VW is considering various solutions for fixing the rigged diesel models, including from a simple software update to replacing cars with new ones.

Seat Reportedly Considering A Seven-Seater SUV


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We already are aware of the Spanish car maker’s intention to launch a line-up of small SUVs, but it seems that Seat is brewing something more…substantial.

VW To Recall 11 Million Cars Affected By Dieselgate


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In a move that hardly surprised anyone, VW’s new boss Matthias Muller announced a plan to recall up to 11 million cars that are currently affected by the emissions scandal.

Martin Winterkorn Faces Criminal Investigation In Germany For “Dieselgate” Scandal


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Former VW AG CEO Martin Winterkorn is facing a criminal investigation from German prosecutors after the automaker admitted it cheated on emissions tests in some of its diesel-powered vehicles.

Bernhard Maier, Luca De Meo To Head Skoda & SEAT, Three R&D Chiefs Reportedly Suspended


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Besides appointing Matthias Müller as group CEO, VW has announced important management changes at its subsidiaries Skoda and Seat too.

Bosch, VW Employees Reportedly Warned Against Using "Defeat Devices" Years Ago


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VW was warned years ago about the use of software designed to manipulate emissions tests, German newspapers report.

Watch VW Group CEO’s Video Apology To Customers, Authorities And Employees


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It’s not a good time to be the CEO of the Volkswagen Group.

VW Says 11 Million Vehicles Have The “Defeat Device”, Will Spend €6.5 Billion To Fix Them


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Volkswagen’s internal investigations have revealed that the engine management software blamed for cheating emissions tests in the US is also installed in other vehicles with diesel engines built by the group.