Seat’s has released details of its biggest ever SUV, the Tarraco.
Coming as standard with seven seats, it’s closely related to Skoda’s excellent Kodiaq.
Two petrol variants will be available: a four-cylinder 1.5-litre TSI unit that produces 150hp and is linked to a six-speed manual transmission powering the front wheels, and a 2.0-litre, 190hp offering mated to a seven-speed DSG gearbox and 4Drive total traction system.
There are two diesel options, both 2.0-litre TDIs, with power outputs of 150hp and 190hp. The 150hp variant can be connected to either a front-wheel drive, six-speed manual or seven-speed DSG with 4Drive system.
The higher powered version is solely available in 4Drive/seven-speed DSG gearbox. A hybrid option is expected to be added to the range sometime after launch.
Order books for the Tarraco open next month with prices being revealed then – expect them to closely match the Kodiaq, which costs from around £25,000.