The SEAT Tarraco is a mid-size SUV introduced by the Spanish car manufacturer SEAT, a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. Named after the ancient city of Tarraco, now known as Tarragona in Spain, this vehicle marked SEAT’s entry into the larger SUV segment, expanding their SUV lineup which also includes the smaller Arona and Ateca.
Seat Tarraco Overview
The Tarraco was unveiled in 2018 and is positioned as the largest SUV in SEAT’s lineup. It’s available in both 5-seat and 7-seat configurations, making it suitable for larger families or those requiring more cargo space. The Tarraco is built on the Volkswagen Group’s MQB-A2 platform, which is shared with several other vehicles within the group, including the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace and the Škoda Kodiaq.
The Tarraco adopted SEAT’s evolved design language with sharp lines and a distinctive front grille. Its design language also served as an indicator of the direction SEAT would take with its future models. The interior is characterized by a modern layout with digital displays and a focus on quality materials. There’s also a strong emphasis on technology and connectivity features, in line with the brand’s positioning. The Tarraco offers a range of petrol and diesel engines, sourced from the Volkswagen Group’s catalogue, ensuring a blend of performance and efficiency.
Seat Tarraco Sales Figures
Since its introduction, the Tarraco has been well-received for its blend of style, practicality, and value. It offers a compelling alternative in the mid-size SUV segment, balancing the sporty flair associated with SEAT with the practical requirements of vehicles in this category.