Road trip tips for a unique summer experience

The post-Coronavirus summer is going to be different: car journeys through uncrowded areas will take precedence over air travel to tourist resort destinations

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The city of cars from a bird’s eye view

Seen from the sky, the SEAT Martorell facilities glow like a city where employees and innovation are at the forefront

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Robots take to the streets

8 autonomous robots can transport more than 2,000 parts per day outside the SEAT workshops

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Music, cinema and sushi on wheels

Cars have become a safe space and part of new leisure activities

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From ice cubes to the Climatronic

The first cooling system in a car was a container with ice to prevent the engine from overheating

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A 500 kg battery

In 1992, SEAT’s first electric model was produced, for the Barcelona Olympics no less. The car was to open the marathon. The tecnology of the moment allowed it to be equipped with a half-tonne battery for a range of 65 km. The most curious thing is that for the power supply, a charger was concealed behind the front grille. The company’s involvement in this sporting event went even further. SEAT loaned 2,000 vehicles to the Games organisers to transport athletes, journalists and organisers and produced a luxury version of the Toledo, the SEAT Toledo Podium, which had landline telephone and fax as equipment, for the Spanish medalists.

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Antennas are the means of communication between the occupants of the vehicle and the outside world
Mareike Gross, head of Electric Systems, Package and Cybersecurity at SEAT See more

Music and road, the perfect combination

ABBA, Queen, Bon Jovi, Oasis... there are many groups and singers whose melodies accompany us on our car journeys. What would road trips be without songs? On World Music Day (June 21), we celebrate this relationship with the best songs to drive to.

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Speakers' corner

The new Leon is the best interior project we've done at SEAT David Jofré, car interior designer at SEAT
The real heroes are in the hospitals; we just did what we do best David García, head of Maintenance at SEAT Martorell
The Leon put SEAT on the global automotive map Isidre López. Director of the SEAT Historic Car Collection
The game rules have changed completely in talent acquisition Oliwia Puppel, Head of Talent Acquisition at SEAT

New Leon


At the wheel of a Leon without leaving home

A 360º video shows the interior of the new SEAT Leon

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The Leon sets out for the first time

The new Leon makes its first journey with a fresh design both on the outside and in the passenger compartment, which gives it greater presence and character

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It's all about the technology

The new Leon is the most technologically advanced model ever created by SEAT

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The 10 key figures of the new Leon

How is the new Leon different?

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This is how the new CUPRA e-Racer gears up to compete

The CUPRA e-Racer renews its design with more power and zero emissions

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The wind temple

The wind tunnel is an essential facility in the development of new models

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Two race drivers for the CUPRA Formentor

Racers Mattias Ekström and Jordi Gené work together with CUPRA engineers in the final phase of development of the Formentor

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The new home of the CUPRA Tribe

CUPRA now has its own garage where the brand’s future creations will be developed

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70th Anniversary


70 years in contrast

In these past 70 years, SEAT has evolved with the passing of time, and the change becomes visible in the following selection of images.

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SEAT: 70 years in figures

SEAT: 70 years in figures

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Seven initiatives pioneered by SEAT

In its 70-year history, SEAT has been a benchmark in applying the latest technology to its vehicles, but also in logistics, sustainability and the well-being of its nearly 15,000 employees

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The automotive talent pool

SEAT has been training professionals at its Apprentice School for more than 60 years

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Detailed look at the electric car from the inside

Electric cars are becoming more popular on our streets, but how they work continues to raise questions

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6 reasons for driving an electric car

In addition to sustainability and the environment, saving time and money are the main advantages

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Two-wheeling with SEAT

The challenge for SEAT exterior designers when creating the e-Scooter concept was crossing over into the world of two wheels

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Ekström, harnessing kilowatt hours of power

CUPRA ambassador and e-Racer official driver Mattias Ekström takes it for its first road test on the Montmeló Circuit

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This is how you explore the future

SEAT and Xplora are looking for innovative solutions in one of the world's biggest technology hubs

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The car that communicates with traffic lights

A project sponsored by SEAT, the Spanish Traffic Authority (DGT), the Barcelona City Council and ETRA (Electronic Trafic) connects vehicles with traffic lights and information panels via the DGT 3.0 platform

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Oak trees, creeks and the Internet of Things

The IoT (Internet of Things) and the connected car reach rural areas thanks to a drone and offer predictive information to drivers in areas of poor visibility or that are difficult to access

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Driving with a sixth sense

5G connectivity gives drivers predictive information for faster, better decision making

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Hot chocolate and ice skating: enjoy the benefits of CNG on your Christmas holiday roadtrip

A 2,611 kilometre road trip through four European countries in a cost-saving, compressed natural gas Arona TGI

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Holiday in Tuscany for 15 euros

A 360 km road trip through Tuscany in a natural gas powered car for only 14.96 euros on fuel

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Earth, air, water and fire: the elements of a sustainable factory

SEAT has reduced its environmental impact by 34% since 2010 and aims to achieve 50% by 2025

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From the recycling bin to your fuel tank

A project promoted by SEAT turns organic waste into biofuel

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