The new SEAT Tarraco is on the way for the 191 peak.
SEAT’s latest creation marks the third instalment in the company’s SUV product offensive, and shows a glimpse of the future design language of the new SEAT models.
The new Tarraco sits at the top of SEAT’s SUV family, as the bigger brother to both the Ateca and Arona, and mixes state-of-the-art technology, dynamic, agile handling, practicality and functionality with elegant and progressive design.
The Tarraco combines the many advantages of its larger dimensions to offer a vehicle that can take on all elements of modern life.
The large SUV will enter the Irish market for the 191 peak in February 2019 with orders being taken at DMG Motors, Clar Road Donegal Town from November 2018.
The large SUV offers greater flexibility for customers with both 5 and 7-seater options. The new SEAT Tarraco is designed for drivers who need the usefulness of a 5 or 7-seater, and the practicality of a higher driving position, but are conscious of a vehicle’s aesthetics.
These drivers will appreciate the Tarraco’s balance between self-confidence and elegance; this balance is maintained across both available trim levels, SE and Xcellence.
Niall Phillips, Brand Director at SEAT Ireland said: “We are very excited to welcome the Tarraco to Ireland in February of next year. There has never been a greater demand in the Irish market for SUV vehicles and SEAT has been satisfying this demand over the past two years through its existing SUV range comprised of the SEAT Ateca and Arona, models which have enjoyed remarkable success.
“The introduction of the Tarraco now allows SEAT to target a different customer segment again and we are extremely confident it will resonate with Irish motorists. Its introduction is another key milestone in the overall evolution of SEAT with the brand now on a continuous upward curve enjoying superb sales success and offering motorists an increased variety of high quality vehicles.”
The SEAT Tarraco has been engineered for drivers looking for excitement and functionality in a single vehicle.
The Optional Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) setup gives the perfect balance between a sporty feeling when you are behind the wheel, and a more comfortable ride when you need to cover longer distances, on different types of roads. The driver can select which setting they prefer, but the system can also adapt automatically, modifying the ride depending on the road surface and driving style.
The new SEAT Tarraco has all the driving assistance systems needed to make driving more comfortable and secure, even in more demanding driving environments. Well known systems such as Lane Assist and Front Assist including bicycle and pedestrian detection are standard in Europe, while systems such as Blind Spot Detection, ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control), Light Assist are available as options.
Taking safety to the next level for SEAT the Tarraco SUV also includes Emergency Call, Pre-crash Assist and Rollover Detection, meaning no matter what the situation, the vehicle is designed to meet the most demanding safety standards in order to make the large SUV the benchmark model in the segment.
Designed for life
Bigger dimensions inspired the design team to find a greater balance between aesthetic integrity and purposeful proportions. And even though the Tarraco SUV is 4,735mm long and 1,658mm tall, creating a huge interior space and an imposing exterior, the overall design implies a lightness and agility as well as a robustness and perception of space.
The front design gives a hint to SEAT’s new design language, with a more prominent grille, giving greater presence and character, and while the sharp Full LED headlights retain the company’s triangular signature they are set further into the body, giving a more focused appearance.
Lighting technology forms an important aspect of the Tarraco. The SUV uses 100% LED technology for both the exterior and interior as standard on both the Xcellence and SE trims, giving designers greater creative freedom and the customer cleaner, crisper lighting.
And as our world becomes increasingly digitised the Tarraco’s interior benefits from SEAT’s 10.25’’ Digital Cockpit, streamlining the delivery of important information to the driver, and a 8’’ large, floating HMI screen where occupants can access SEAT’s suite of connectivity options. Finally, when it comes to infotainment systems, The Tarraco will be the first SEAT to feature gesture control functions (when equipped with 8’’ Navigation Plus).
Pre-sales of the SEAT Tarraco will start at DMG Motors, Clar Road, Donegal Town, this November and will be hitting Irish roads during the 191 sales peak.
To secure your SEAT Tarraco, call DMG Motors on 074-9721396, email: email@example.com or visit DMG Motors, Clar Road, Donegal Town.