The yet-to-be-named crossover will makes its debut in 2019.
The as-yet unnamed SUV will be available in dealerships next year, complete with three rows of seats, a range of turbocharged engines and of course a few of the Spanish car manufacturer's signature design features.
Because next year still feels like such a long way off, we decided to put together a digital mock-up of the new SUV using the rest of the Seat range and some of the Spanish firm's teaser images as inspiration. feels like a long way off – which is why we’ve digitally mocked up the SUV before its debut.
At the front, the new SUV is expected to borrow elements of the Ateca's new look, while also ploughing some of its own new ground.
The same powertrain options should carry over from the Kodiaq, including the 1.4-litre TSI entry-level engine delivering 150hp, and the optional 2.0-litre TSI delivering 180hp, making it good for a 0-60 sprint of 8.0sec and a top speed of 128mph. If efficiency is what you’re after, Skoda also offers a 2.0-litre TDI with 150hp, with a plug-in hybrid option expected down the line.
Reports suggest the SEAT crossover will cost around £22,000 when it goes on sale in 2018.