[color=#1a1a1a][font=PillGothic, Helvetica, sans-serif]It looks a bit like the Leon. And that’s OK
Seat’s design boss Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos says the Ateca is “like the big brother of the Leon,” and that new design elements have been saved for future products. He likens the introduction of each new product to climbing a rung on a sort of ladder, with each step improving and building on Seat’s reputation.
“When we need to make a breakthrough with the design of Seat, we will,” he says, ”but not now.” [/font][/color]
It’s the first of three Seat crossovers we’ll see in the next few years
Indeed. There will be a small, Juke-sized thing based on the new Ibiza, and something a bit bigger, maybe with seven seats. Seat will introduce another three new products in the next 18 months, but we suspect it’ll be some time before we see its triplicate of SUVs complete.