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SEAT is a Spanish automaker that is owned by the Volkswagen Group. They share many of the same platforms and engines as VWs. One model for example, is the SEAT Ibiza, which uses the same platform as the Volkswagen Polo, as well as VW TDI engines.
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Now that the Honda Civic Type R has arrived in North America, what other hot hatches are we missing out on? Continue Reading...
SEAT is hosting a contest to name its new seven-seater SUV. Continue Reading...
There are so many neat wagons, hot hatches and car brands that North Americans might be missing out on. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen has identified approximately 430,000 vehicles from the 2016 model year with “implausible” CO2 ratings. Continue Reading...
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Toyota has announced its sales figures for the first half of 2012, and the numbers look like Toyota will be able to beat out GM and Volkswagen in sales for 2012. In the first six months of this year the Japanese automaker sold 4.97 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
Spanish automotive manufacturer SEAT, one of Volkswagen’s mainstream brands will be attending the Guangzhou Auto Show in China and looks to expand into the Chinese market by opening 15 dealerships this year. SEAT announced that 12 of the 15 dealership agreements have already been signed and that the remaining three are in their final stages… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is experiencing unprecedented levels of success as for the first time in the German automaker’s history, 6.11 million vehicles have been sold in the first nine months of the year. If sales momentum continues, Volkswagen will easily surpass its annual target of 8 million vehicles sold for 2011. Volkswagen Group Board member for Sales… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen‘s Spanish subsidiary SEAT is preparing to take on the task of assembling Audi‘s Q3 compact crossover, at their plant outside of Barcelona. The move comes as a bit of a quid pro quo for Audi, since SEAT’s Exeo flagship is a re-badged Audi A4, and with SEAT’s flagging sales presenting an issue for Volkswagen’s… Continue Reading...
Despite the misfortunes of the SEAT brand, Volkswagen is planning to bring the Spanish automaker to China, where the appetite for cars seems limitless. Volkswagen is planning to erect a booth for SEAT at the upcoming Shanghai Auto Show, and eventually produce the cars at its assembly plant in Foshan around 2013. SEAT has faltered… Continue Reading...