The Seat Ateca was added to the compact SUV segment in April 2016. The high-legged Spaniard gets its exotic name from the municipality of Ateca in Spain. Its DNA, however, stems mostly from the Volkswagen Group, as well as the engines, of course. Six different engines – three diesel and three gasoline variants – are available for the Ateca. The two top models have two liters engine capacity and 190 HP (140 kW) in the standard versions. But here at ABT Sportsline we have managed to increase the power of the diesel engine to up to 220 HP (162 kW) and an impressive torque of 440 Nm. And we were even able to coax 228 HP (168 kW) and 360 Nm from the turbo gasoline engine.
The ABT suspension springs bring the Seat Ateca a little closer to the ground, allowing lowering of approx. 30 mm. 18-20 inch rims in ER-C and DR design as well as 20 inch rims in FR and GR Design are available to complete the sporty look.