Seat Shows 2019 Tarraco SUV In More Colors, Drops More Interior Shots

When Seat gave the world a preview of the all-new Tarraco earlier this month, we only got to look at it through eight photos.

Only one of those images showed the interior, and the rest of the pics showed just one color called Dark Camouflage. Well, you’ll be glad to learn Seat has released a new photo gallery that provides a much more comprehensive look at the Tarraco lineup.

For starters, it allows us to see what the seven-seat SUV looks like in other colors, such as Atlantic Blue, Indium Grey, and Oryx White. We don’t know about you, but we like the way Seat’s biggest SUV wears the metallic blue paint. Interestingly, in all the photos released so far, the Tarraco wears the same set of 20-inch alloys.

Besides the four hues mentioned earlier, the Tarraco will also be available to order in other familiar colors from the VW Group palette, including Reflex Silver, Titanium Beige, Deep Black, and Urano Grey.

The gallery also allows us to see the interior in the optional seven-seat configuration and equipped with the panoramic roof. While the first- and second-row seats appear to offer generous amounts of space, the third row doesn’t look that enticing for adults.

But that’s no surprise, as the very similar VW Tiguan Allspace and Skoda Kodiaq don’t offer more room for third-row passengers.

Seat hasn’t released practicality specs yet, but the boot looks big enough, even though the third-row seats seem to take up some space when folded down.

Pre-sales of the Tarraco begin in December, with full sales scheduled for early 2019. The SUV will be available in two trim levels, Style and Xcellence.

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  • Matteo Tommasi

    They show the 20inch wheel ’cause the others are too tiny for the car; bad design work as always these days

    • Matt

      It’s not bad design work, it’s the size of the car and as well as changing design trends.

  • Jorge Teixeira

    The usual, generic VAG design, but this time with a twist: a Hyundai grille!

    • ksegg

      I actually mistook it for a Hyundai at first glance!

  • ksegg

    I honestly can’t tell the differences these days between new CUV/SUV’s.

    They all LOOK EXACTLY THE SAME.

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      I hear yah, brother!

    • TheHake

      As apposed to all other cars…

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