Good sales of the Cupra brand were not enough to compensate for the big drop in Seat sales in 2020 (minus 25.6 percent).
This specifically means that Seat delivered 427,000 vehicles last year, while in 2019 that number was 574,078 units.
More than a quarter of the sales of Seat and Cupra in 2020 (109,500 vehicles) refer to the German market, while 73,300 cars were sold in Spain alone.
In its second full year as a stand-alone brand, Cupra recorded sales growth of 11 percent in 2020.
The Cupra Leon sold 13,300 units, the Cupra Ateca SUV 10,500 units, while the new Formentor crossover (launched in the last quarter) found 3,600 customers.
In 2021, Seat expects a lot from the Leon eHybrid and Tarraco PHEV hybrid models, as well as from the Cupre Formentor.
Ivan Mitic – Autoblog.rs
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