SEAT revs up plans for six new electric and plug-in hybrid models

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Company confirms it is to develop a new electric vehicle platform for the VW Group in Spain

SEAT has become the latest auto giant to announce major new electric vehicle (EV) plans, confirming it will deliver six new electric and plug-in models by early 2021. Publishing its new EV strategy...

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