By the way, most upgrades have to do with adding new technology features onboard the sport utility vehicles. The Ateca Experience Lux has received SEAT’s Pre-Crash Assist safety system as a standard feature. It makes use of its front-facing camera data to judge an impending collision, preparing both the car and its occupants for the unfortunate event.
For the SE and SE Technology grades (DSG-equipped solely) SEAT has prepared a standard sports leather steering wheel with gearshift paddles, which is now standard across all trims. For the 2022 model year Ateca, pricing kicks off at £24,560 OTR, which is around $34,162 at the current exchange rates.
UK customers will get a meager 1.0 TSI engine for the base model, which has just 110 ps/108 hp on tap. Meanwhile, anyone looking for the very best Ateca will have to shell out £36,290 (over $50k) for a lengthy-named Ateca Experience Lux 2.0 TDI DSG-auto 4Drive 150 ps/148 hp.
The pricing for the Tarraco model range has also been modified, with the flagship SUV now starting at £30,080 OTR ($41,846) in the United Kingdom for the SE 1.5 TSI Evo gasoline model with 150 ps/148 hp. As far as enhancements are concerned, the SE grades now feature a standard SEAT Connect system while the SE and SE Technology trims also get Adaptive Cruise Control from now on.