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Future engine variants that car manufacturers introduce to their vehicle ranges will IMO be influenced to some extent by the 2021 emissions target for a manufacturer’s fleet - 90g of CO2 per km. Exceeding the target means substantial fines for car manufacturers. A conventional 2.0 190 ps petrol engine will have CO2 emissions way in excess of 90g / km, so I think for pretty much all manufacturers, there’ll be greater focus on hybrids and smaller ICE engines pending the full scale electric revolution.I doubt the current 150 bhp will be the ultimate limit for SEAT-badged Leons. Higher power versions, both petrol and diesel, will be added next year.
I'm on my 4th Leon so I do like them, due to change in March next year and praying for the 190 which is the sweet spot for meCould be this also, but I guess there is also some reputation risk and I guess they would not take this risk specially after diesel gate.
anyway can t wait for the 2.0 tsi 190