Seat hasn't exactly been at the forefront of the plug-in vehicle movement, but the company has just unveiled two new vehicles that show it won't be left completely in the zero-emission dust. Until now, the Volkswagen brand has been happy to focus on reducing CO2 emissions from its vehicles through its Ecomotive line. That has now changed to include cars with plugs in addition to more efficient liquid fuel vehicles.
In news from Europe, SEAT has unveiled the Altea XL, a stretched version of the stylish Altea hatchback that offers more cargo capacity and more flexibility with regard to interior seating. Families are the intended target audience, and SEAT has differentiated the XL from its shorter (and sportier, for some) sibling by adding a roof rack and giving it an entirely different rear fascia.
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