In addition to the plug-in hybrid, Seat has now added a second top model to the Tarraco range. The bottom line is that the pure gasoline engine is significantly more expensive, but offers two special plus points.
The Seat Tarraco gets a new top petrol engine. The 2,0-liter four-cylinder turbo has an output of 180 kW / 245 PS and is therefore on the same level as the variant with plug-in hybrid drive. A seven-speed dual clutch transmission is responsible for power transmission in the five to seven-seater all-wheel-drive SUV. The prices for the new variant start at 44.350 euros. That is almost 400 euros more than would be due for the equally powerful plug-in hybrid, which also benefits from the environmental bonus. However, in contrast to the pure gasoline engine, it does not have all-wheel drive technology, and there is also no option for seven seats.