From practical starts to positive change.
The new SEAT e-HYBRID has arrived, and runs on 100% electric power, making the switch to petrol only when its battery needs to recharge.
The new SEAT
To recharge, simply plug the vehicle into a conventional power network. This advanced technology means that the new
*SEAT Leon e-HYBRID Estate models start from £33,950
The interior of the SEAT
The cabin brings minimalistic design, and a free-standing 8.25” touchscreen (or up to 10” on higher spec models) infotainment centre, offering all the connectivity you should need when out on the road.
Opt for the FR model and you’ll get colourful stitching on the seats which match the exterior paint job. Higher spec FR Sport versions allow you to add customisable mood lighting from the dashboard to the doors.
SE Dynamic trims upwards receive SEAT’s Digital Cockpit, which brings a digital instrument cluster placed behind the steering wheel. Ambient lighting wraps around the full width of the dashboard and into the doors, which acts as a built in safety system bringing blind spot detection. These models also hold online connectivity, gesture and voice control, and 3D connected navigation.
A 5-door hatchback is offered on each of the 4 trims available for the SEAT
17” or 18” alloy wheels guide the SEAT Leon e-HYBRID along the road so you can always arrive in style, and sporty details and distinctive lines bring a new fresh look to life.
Continuous LED headlights light the full length of the rear design, and LED high beam is automatic on this model, so you don’t have to worry about switching off when a car is ahead.
An attractive diamond grille is at the forefront of the new
Engine and electric technology
Unlike a pure electric car, the new SEAT
The plug-in 75kW electric engine is combined with a 1.4 litre TSI engine to achieve 204 PS of power. The
Plug-in options can take you from 0-100% in under 4 hours with a home wallbox charger such as Pod Point, or you can go from 0-100% in 6 hours with a conventional 3-pin plug.
Who would have thought that braking would help you go further? Regenerative braking recharges the electric motor to give you more power on the road.
Benefits of switching to hybrid: