Some information about the initial specifications have also been shared. The range will kick off with a turbocharged three-cylinder, 1.0-liter developing 110 horsepower, followed by the beefier turbo 150-hp 1.4-liter benefitting from cylinder deactivation. On the diesel side we find the usual 110-hp 1.6 TDI and a larger 2.0 TDI with 150 hp and 184 hp.”
WFC claim that front-wheel drive will be standard all models, but selected engines with four cylinders will get SEAT’s 4Drive “all-paw” setup at an additional cost.
We will provide more information when we have it including the official release material when SEAT make it available.