Tag: Seat

The Long Goodbye: My 700 Mile Road Trip to Drive the Nurburgring

Car Culture 38 Oct 14, 2019 by Kyle Patrick

It only takes a few miles for the doubt to kick in. It’s early in the morning on a perfectly normal Wednesday. I’m trundling along at regular highway speeds as… Read More »

SEAT's Leon Cupra R Now Packs As Much Power As a Porsche 911

Spanish carmaker SEAT has made a play for the top of our “cool wagons we need to own” list with a new version of the Leon ST estate. The Leon… Read More »

New Emissions Rules Are Pouring Cold Water On Hot Hatches

The hottest of hot hatchbacks right now are set to get a little cooler. New emissions testing regulations in Europe are forcing manufacturers to turn the wick down on their… Read More »

This Week in Cars: Cupra Expands, Nissan Tops the Charts, and McLaren Wines

Automotive News Feb 4, 2018 by Andrew Evans

February can be a quiet time in the world of cars. January’s NAIAS show set the stage for the year in North America, while the Europe market is waiting for… Read More »

SEAT Ateca Review: The Cool Catalan Crossover

Car Reviews 3 Nov 28, 2017 by Andrew Evans

It’s difficult to avoid mid-sized crossovers on Europe’s roads these days. It seems like every fourth car is a crossover of some kind, and it’s a love affair that doesn’t… Read More »

Will Cupra be SEAT's New Standalone Sports Brand?

Spanish manufacturer SEAT is reportedly considering spinning out its Cupra line into a separate, standalone brand. SEAT, based at Martorell near Barcelona, is part of the Volkswagen group. It currently… Read More »