2025 Seat Electric SUV | Small Electric Car Confirmed

2025 Seat Electric SUV  – The development of a small Seat electric SUV model has begun. It would be lower than the elBorn and would also undercut the Hyundai Kona EV, Peugeot e2008, by a significant margin. Volkswagen Group’s Spanish brand of automobiles, Seat Urbano, announced that it would launch an electric vehicle for urban use in 2025. The Seat Urbano would be an urban car with a stylish design and spacious cabin.

2025 Seat Electric SUV
2025 Seat Electric SUV

2025 Seat Electric SUV New Design

This electric SUV looks sportier than the Arona (below), due to its shorter overhangs, upright nose, and tall hood. Between charges, expect a battery life of between 30-35 kWh, and a range of about 250 km (WLTP).

2025 Seat Electric SUV Redesign
2025 Seat Electric SUV Redesign

Platform

Seat’s electric SUV won’t ride on the original MEB platform. Instead, it will use a modified version that is currently under development. The seat will be the driver and the working title of ‘MEBLite’ is ‘MEB’. However, the electric SUV from Seat will not ride on the original MEB platform. Instead, a reduced version is being developed. The MEB Lite topic is a VW Group subject.

2025 Seat Electric SUV Review
2025 Seat Electric SUV Review

2025 Seat Electric SUV  Production and Price

The 2025 Seat electric SUV will cost EUR20,000 ($23500) or EUR25,000 (29 400). A striking concept car was used to preview the project in 2019. Martorell, the Spanish automobile maker of Volkswagen Group, has set a goal for Spain to have more than 500,000 electric vehicles each year. The Urbano plays the most important role. Volkswagen Group plans to localize its small electric car models in order to lower their price. The company intends to raise the annual plant’s power to 40-gigawatts and source parts for electric cars locally. VW Group intends to make Spain a strategic pillar of its small-sized EV models. The company will likely produce all cars in the Small BEV Family, with derivative models sporting the Skoda and Volkswagen badges. This will allow climate-neutral electric mobility to be made available to more European customers. Seat and Volkswagen Group announced that they are willing to partner with Spain’s government in order to make Spain a leader in emobility. The seat also stated that it would apply for the Strategic Project for Economic Recovery and Transformation.