The el-Born, the Seat brand's first fully electric model, and the Cupra Tavascan concept car, their first fully electric vehicle, both joined the new Tarraco FR PHEV, the brand's first plug-in hybrid electric SUV, making its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
IT is the third electric model of the five the company announced it would launch by 2021.
Seat claims the new Cupra Tavascan and the Tarraco FR PHEV represent a step forward in their electric mobility offensive. It says the Tavascan concept car merges the solidity of an SUV with the sportiness of a coupe, conceived with the highest standards of sophistication, elegance and design that distinguish the brand.
In the boot it integrates the concept Cipra eXS kickScooter, specially developed for the occasion.
Furthermore, it says, the new Tarraco will be available in a hybrid engine version and FR trim, featuring a range of more than 50km and emissions below 50g/km. Delivering 245hp thanks to its 110kW/150 hp petrol engine and its 85kW/116hp electric motor, the Tarraco PHEV is the most powerful in the range. More on these models later.