Seat, a Spanish automaker owned by Volkswagen, has unveiled a new electric SUV concept with a 77 kWh battery pack based on VW’s new MEB platform under its Cupra brand. expand full story
seat Stories September 2, 2019
seat Stories July 23, 2019
CUPRA has teased its first all-electric vehicle ahead of its official debut at the Frankfurt motor show next month.
seat Stories June 4, 2019
SEAT has officially announced the Mii Electric, an upcoming electric version of its Mii city car.
seat Stories April 2, 2019
Volkswagen is planning to bring to market an all-electric vehicle for less than $22,500 under its low-cost Seat brand in Europe. expand full story
seat Stories March 1, 2019
SEAT, a Spanish automaker owned by Volkswagen, has unveiled a new concept behind one of the first Volkswagen all-electric vehicles based on the new MEB platform.
The sleek el-Born all-electric hatchback has 260 miles of range and it is going into production next year. expand full story
seat Stories February 25, 2019
Spanish automaker SEAT unveiled its new Minimó all-electric concept car at the Mobile World Congress today. A report claims there may be a production version of the vehicle in 2021.
seat Stories April 11, 2016
Just as Tesla enthusiasts are waiting for the Model X online design studio to become available to non-reservation holders today, Tesla announced that it is recalling the Model X over a weakness in the third-row seat. The automaker says that all vehicles produced before March 26th are affected or about 2,700 units. expand full story
seat Stories November 23, 2015
Last Friday, Tesla issued a voluntary recall on all Model S’s manufactured in the past 3 years to check for a possible defect with the front seat belts. The reason for the recall is due to a customer in Europe reporting earlier this month that her seat belt disconnected when she turned to talk to someone in the back seat. The defect didn’t cause an accident and the seat belt has been repaired.Tesla already inspected 3,000 other Model S sedans, but the company didn’t find the same problem with any of them.
Nonetheless, Tesla decided to issue a recall on the Model S to check every single front seat belt as a precaution. The company referred to the cost of the recall as “immaterial” since it only requires owners to go their local service center for a short inspection. Owners who already completed the inspection are reporting that they were in and out in under 5 minutes, but to make it even less on an inconvenience, Tesla dispatched technicians to Supercharger stations to inspect the seat belts while the cars are charging. expand full story