The Volkswagen Group continues trying to fit all the piecess to prevent the brands it owns from being stepped on by several of its models. In recent months the compact offer has been completely renewed in its four main brands, and little by little they are reaching dealerships.
The Spanish firm SEAT has its best-selling product in León. Offered with hatchback and family bodies, and in this last installment you will forget about the X-Perience ‘campera’ version as we discussed in January.
The “campera” version will now bequeath the Ateca and the new option will be launched on the model Xperience (unscripted). We know that it is not the most practical solution but they avoid raising production costs.
The Spanish model will maintain all-wheel drive for some alternatives with family bodywork. For now it has been confirmed in combination with the 150 hp 2.0 TDI engine and the change of double clutch but there will be, with Cupra seal, a very appetizing option.
The one who yes it will have a country alternative is the new Volkswagen Golf Variant, renewing the Alltrack surname for the new variant. Like the Skoda Scout, it will have various plastic and decorative elements to achieve a more rustic set of airs.
On the other hand the Audi A3 must be content with the hatchback and sedan alternatives since it does not seem that the convertible bodywork can have a place in the new range. Yes, a “citycarver” option could come out of the hatch to get the attention of some users, although in the A1 there was no significant demand.