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Seat Alhambra

Seat Alhambra (Spain, 1996-present)

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Produced since 1996 by Seat the Alhambra is a large 7-seat MPV that gets its name from the Alhambra of Granada, one of the most famous monuments in Spain.

Currently in its second generation the Seat Alhambra was first revealed as prototype at the 1995 Geneva Motor Show. In the next year the same motor show received the official debut of the model. It was jointly developed by Seat, Volkswagen and Ford, under a technology sharing agreement between the Volkswagen Group and Ford, in order to prevent losing more market share to the first generation of MPVs such as the Toyota Previa and Mitsubishi Space Wagon.

The Seat Alhambra is built at the AutoEuropa plant in Palmela, Portugal.
 


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