Seat has performed a few updates to its entire range, which includes cars from the Mii to the Tarraco, in a bid to make it more attractive to buyers.
The company’s smallest high-riding vehicle, the Arona, now features a new color option. It’s called Pure Red and has also become available on the Ibiza hatchback.
The compact Ateca gets an upgraded infotainment system, with an 8-inch display, replacing the old 6.5-inch screen. It’s also available with two extra USB ports in the Style, Xcellence and FR grades, and for the same trim levels, with FWD, Seat is offering DCC (Dynamic Chassis Control).
Other changes include the addition of the 12V and 230V sockets in the boot, a new color called Crystal Black and the Black Pack for the FR that adds black trim on the window frames, mirror covers, roof rails and inside.
The mid-size Tarraco sports a few upgrades of its own, like the optional trailer assist system and 230V socket placed in the luggage area.
Bringing the Alhambra minivan in line with the brand’s newer vehicles are the standard 6.5-inch navigation system, blind spot detection and traffic sign recognition, standard on all trim levels. The people carrier also gets a new color option named Reflex Silver.
Finally, Seat’s best-selling model, the Leon, is offered with the Sport Black Matt special version, which brings black grille frame, side mirror caps and 18-inch alloy wheels, Alcantara seats and black roof lining. The Leon Sportourer ST comes with black roof rails too, if selected with the Sport Black Matt updates, while the color palette adds the Pure Red on all trim levels and the FR-only Dynamic Grey.
Meanwhile, the Mii family has already been updated to include Seat’s first ever EV, the Mii Electric, which marks the end of the ICE-powered versions and will enter production in the fourth quarter of the year.