Seat Tarraco Teased Under A Bright Orange Sheet

Seat has released a new teaser video of the three-row Tarraco SUV it will introduce later this year.

The video, published on Seat’s Twitter account, previews the design-driven philosophy behind the Tarraco and ends with an image of the SUV draped in an orange sheet. While the entire car is covered by the sheet, key design elements, including its LED daytime running lights and upper grille, are visible.

Underpinning the Seat Tarraco will be the MQB platform from the Volkswagen Group, also used by the Skoda Kodiaq. Engine options are tipped to include a 1.4-liter TSI and a larger 2.0-liter TSI. Both hybrid and diesel powertrains are a distinct possibility.

The Tarraco has already leaked online

In February, a pair of low-resolution images previewed the Tarraco’s interior. Included in the cabin is a large central infotainment screen, a multi-function steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, and leather seats.

Although the teaser video in question doesn’t reveal much of the Tarraco, leaked images have already shown off the vehicle’s exterior in full. As you’d imagine, it will look largely like other Seat SUV models and includes LED taillights with a light strip spanning between them.

The Tarraco is the first of six new vehicles which Seat plans to introduce before 2020, including a handful of small crossovers and a new Leon.

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