As the order books for the Seat Ateca have opened in European markets, Seat has rolled out a new set of images with its first ever SUV.
Offered with a choice of three trim levels, the cheapest model, dubbed Reference, packs features such as air conditioning, electric parking brake, Media System with a 5-inch screen, drowsiness detection, tire pressure monitoring and Front Assist (for EU countries).
The mid-range Style adds 17-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights, rear parking sensors, leather wrapped steering wheel and automatic climate control, while the range-topping Xcellence stands out with a high-gloss black grille, full LED headlights, chrome roof rails and window frames, dark tinted windows and 18-inch alloy wheels. Rear parking sensors are also part of the package, joined by the optional top view camera and Alcantara upholstery.
The engine range comprises of two petrol units and two diesels ranging from 115 toy 190 PS. There’s been talk about a future sportier FR and even a Cupra version, too, which could adopt the same 2.0-liter TFSI four-banger powering the Leon hot hatch, but Seat has yet to confirm such plans.