- In good form on any type of terrain: The SEAT Tarraco faces an off-road course to test how it performs prior to its international presentation. “It handles rocky mountainous terrain with a slope of up to 70% with ease”, explains the engineer while driving down a very steep incline. “Its all-wheel drive seems to have no limits. Right now the car is braking by itself”, adds Stefan.
- No fear of extreme cornering: The car continues on its course, and in a very tight curve moves forward at a tilt. “It has been designed to successfully tackle lateral tilts of 85%. On this kind of terrain it conveys a feeling of sturdiness and safety” says Stefan. In addition, the new model is equipped with two new driver assistants. One is the Rollover Assist, which automatically unlocks the doors, turns off the engine and activates an emergency call in the hypothetical case of a rollover.
- Up to six driving modes with a simple hand gesture: “All you have to do is turn the driving mode selector dial and you’re ready to drive on pavement”. After completing the off-road portion of the test, Stefan changes to ‘sport’ mode. Thanks to this system the car provides an extremely versatile range of driving capabilities: “You can use it in the mountains at the weekend and drive just as comfortably around the city”, explains the engineer. Furthermore, with the car’s adaptive suspension setup (DCC), “you get the dynamic feeling of a car that can also take you on long journeys”, he concludes. These and other details of the SEAT Tarraco will be made public at its international presentation next 18 September in Tarragona, the day when the company is officially adding a new model to complete its SUV offensive which began in 2016 and currently features the Ateca and the Arona.
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