Seat has revealed its AWD Alhambra at the Geneva motor show
28 February 2011

Seat has revealed its all-wheel drive version of the Alhambra MPV at the Geneva motor show.

Power for the latest iteration Seat Alhambra comes courtesy of a 138bhp 2.0-litre TDI unit mated to a six-speed manual ‘box.

According to the firm, the AWD Alhambra will hit 60mph in 11.4 seconds and go onto a top speed of 119 mph, whilst emitting 158 g/km CO2 and achieving 47.1 mpg.

Features include brake energy recovery and stop-start, and it will be available as a five-seater in Reference and Style versions – later in the year there will also be a six-seater version available.

No decision has yet been made over whether right-hand drive versions of the new Alhambra AWD will be offered for sale in the UK.

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