A Seat Leon on the Trans-Siberian railway

  • 5 years ago
On its 20th anniversary, and with the fourth generation about to be presented, more than two million units of the SEAT compact have been sold since 1999
Placed in a straight line, they would stretch for more than 9,000 kilometres, the same distance covered by the legendary Trans-Siberian train
The growth and internationalisation experienced by the Leon is similar to what SEAT has witnessed in the past two decades
Sales of this model have doubled in Germany, which is now its leading market

From Moscow to Vladivostok. A distance of over 9,000 kilometres spanned by the legendary Trans-Siberian train. The same distance that the more than two million units sold to date of the SEAT Leon would stretch if they were placed in a straight line. With the fourth generation about to be launched, we look back at the evolution of one of the company's main pillars.