Seat has assured that it will complete the production of minivans, as well as remove from the assembly line its only car in this segment - Alhambra.
The first generation Seat Alhambra began its sales in 1995. The car was created at the VW Group in Portugal.
As crossovers become more and more popular, minivan sales are declining faster. Because of this, Seat wants to produce minivans, including Alhambra, no longer. The company will focus on crossovers, like the Seat Tarraco.
More Spaniards will be engaged in the creation of new, more environmentally friendly cars, for example, hybrid Leon and CUPRA Formentor.