Want to help decide the features on a special limited-edition version of the Barcelona firm's new SUV? Here's your chance
1 April 2016

The new SEAT Ateca is the result of years of work from the Barcelona firm’s designers, with the goal of creating an SUV that mixes stand-out design with uncompromised practicality.

And since the Ateca has been designed around the needs of its users, SEAT is now asking the public to help determine the specifications of the first UK edition of the car, which will be sold in limited numbers later this year.

Instead of simply asking people to vote on their favourite features, SEAT is taking a different approach - by asking people to answer a few quick questions about their lifestyle. The results will be used to help decide their ideal spec of Ateca and the overall results will be used to help SEAT determine the final kit list of the first UK-edition Ateca.

As a bonus, everyone who submits their choices will be entered into a prize draw to win a trip to Barcelona, the home of SEAT.

To take part, and for full details, click here.

To find out more about the SEAT Ateca, just watch this video.

For more information about the SEAT Ateca, click here.

To sign up to keep in touch about the new Ateca, click here.

Our Verdict

Seat Ateca SUV

The Seat Ateca is the first of two confirmed new SUVs to be launched by the brand. We've been to Spain to get early driving impressions in a prototype

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