Seat Planning to Launch Large SUV By 2020


Seat planning to launch large SUV by the end of this decade; it will be competing with Nissan X-Trail and Renault Espace

Spanish auto manufacturer Seat is planning to launch another SUV after the Ateca. The new SUV will be much bigger than the Ateca, and it would hit the market by the end of 2020. There is no detail information available, but it can be speculated that it will also bear the design cue from the Seat 20V20 concept.

Not only a bigger SUV, but the Spanish auto manufacturer is planning a smaller SUV as well. The large SUV would be rivaling the Nissan X-Trail and Renault Espace, once it gets launched. The company wants to expand its business by 28% by the end of this decade. A large SUV will certainly help the band in its growth plan.


Also read: SEAT Ateca Makes Global Debut at 2016 Geneva Motor Show

In recent times the Seat has finally seen success. This led its parent group Volkswagen giving green signal for re-investment. The company is aware of the higher pricing the large SUV will bear, which might be turned down by the customers. But keeping the price sensitiveness fact in mind Seat is being hopeful.

Talking about the possible large SUV the car will sport an aggressive look. Expect the front fascia to bear similar appearance like Altec. In that case, it would feature sharp headlamps with LED daytime running lights. A sleek chrome bordering front grille, a large air intake at the massive front bumper, rectangular fog lamps, and skid plate will enhance the appeal.


Also read: Seat Ateca SUV Revealed Ahead of Global Premiere at 2016 Geneva Motor Show

The masculine car will also feature sharp character lines, bold alloy wheels, roof rails. The rear profile will get sleek LED taillamps, roof spoiler, rear diffuser, skid plate and twin rectangular chrome tipped exhaust vents. As it seems, the large Seat SUV might get some design cue from the upcoming Skoda Kodiaq.


Inside the cabin the car might sport an appealing look with dual tone interior. Features will include a multifunction steering wheel, analog and digital combo instrument cluster, a large touchscreen infotainment system at the centre console.