In many respects, the ProCeed represents the culmination of more than a decade’s worth of focused investments in high-end car design at Kia.
Under the Care by Volvo program, consumers no longer have to buy their vehicles outright.
In 2018, Hyundai signed a landmark contract to provide 1,000 hydrogen trucks in Switzerland.
Far from the spotlight, long-established manufacturers of heavy vehicles are developing zero-emission buses and trucks which could transform the sustainability of road haulage, logistics and passenger transport.
While most car manufacturers have been slow to respond to the rise of the kick scooter, Barcelona-based SEAT has seized the opportunity to develop an innovative new mobility solution.
Nearly 400,000 tons of CO2 will be spared thanks to connected mobility functions—as much as the Black Forest national park in Germany can process in three years.
On the stylish and youthful streets of Barcelona, carmakers, tech giants, telecom companies and start-ups are creating an inspiring new vision of transportation for the 21st century city.
In Dubai, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has installed Smart Pedestrian Signals in 15 busy locations across the city.
"SEAT is positioned in the mass segment and we want to position Cupra higher than that in terms of performance, design, uniqueness and sophistication." Wayne Griffiths, VP Sales and Marketing, SEAT
At a time when other, more conservative manufacturers are failing to connect with European car buyers, SEAT’s dynamic designs, accessible prices and digital innovations are inspiring a new generation of drivers to get behind the wheel.