“The present situation shows that the seat is in a strong position. Sales and demand remain high, and international deliveries grew by +18% (+25.4% in auto),” said an official statement. It emphasizes: “SEAT SA continues to develop the future of SEAT. SEAT will continue to produce plug-in hybrids and efficient combustion engines in the future, and will continue to do so until the end of the combustion engine era – ie beyond 2030.
It is also planned that the SEAT Ibiza, Arona and Leon models will receive some updates. At the same time, SEAT opens up new opportunities to advance electrification and develop and introduce new forms of mobility for young people.
“Despite reports in some media, the SEAT brand is stronger than ever. SEAT demand remains very high and sales have grown to almost 200,000 vehicles sold so far this year. Customer order books for the SEAT core models Ibiza, Arona and Leon are at record levels,” stressed Thomas Schaefer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Member of the VW Board.