Seat is expanding its range of the so-called eco-friendly models, which involve an environmental responsibility and use the Ecomotive name.
Thus, a new badging for the green line-up is introduced by the automaker's UK division.
The UK debut of the new Alhambra MPV, which is also available with an Ecomotive version, happens to coincide with the introduction of this new range.
According to some press reports, the Seat producers are eager to announce that the latest generation Ibiza Ecomotive, releasing emissions of 92g/km, and the fact that it coincides with the debut of the seven-seat Alhambra MPV, which represents a "green" version boasting class-leading features.
Lately, the Ecomotive name has been applied to all Seat car models which use a technology that aims to save fuel and protect the environment, such as the Brake Energy Recovery and an auto Start/Stop.
New information states that the name E Ecomotive will be applied to the lowest-emitting models in each range, such as the one which provide bespoke aerodynamics and low rolling resistance tires.
The environmentally-responsible line from Seat includes versions of the Ibiza SC, Ibiza 5dr, Ibiza ST, Leon, Altea, Altea XL and the new Alhambra.
These models appear as a proof for Seat's efforts to increase fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, as well as the future styling developments together with future engineering.
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