In 2020 Seat (and the Cupra brand) will introduce the first all-electric and plug-in hybrid models.Seat presents at the 100th edition of the Automobile Barcelona its entire lineup of electric concepts, from which the first will hit the market next year – just in time for the brand’s 70th anniversary.
The main model is the all-electric Seat el-Born compact hatchback concept, which will enter the market in 2020, as the Spanish brand is the second in the Volkswagen Group to get access to the new MEB platform.
The latest press release hints at a 58 kWh battery and 420 km (261 miles) of range, which is same as in case of the Volkswagen ID.3 (mid-range battery version). The concept shown in Geneva had a 62 kWh battery.
The SEAT Minimó concept vehicle, which was presented at the most recent edition of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, combines the comfort and safety of a car with the agility of a motorcycle. This new concept confirms SEAT’s commitment to urban micromobility and expands the easy mobility ecosystem that the brand is fostering. The company is working with institutions to continue to develop the model with the needs of cities in mind prior to its possible market launch. Following the launch of the SEAT eXS KickScooter powered by SEGWAY andwith the international presentation of the SEAT Minimó concept car, the compaña is going to lead the urban micromobility strategy for the Volkswagen Group.