Seat has announced the UK prices of its new Altea freetrack 4.
The company’s first all-road vehicle will go on sale from Saturday October 20th 2007 in two iterations – the 200 PS TSI and the 170 PS TDI.
Consumers can snap up the first for £20,495 and the second for £21,395, the firm has revealed.
A highlight for both vehicles is the multimedia system, which features a roof-mounted screen and allows for connections to video games, a laptop or DVD player.
The company added that as far as this vehicle is concerned – family comes first.
"With a huge 490-litre boot, picnic tables, roof rails and a split rear-seat that can move back and forth by as much as 16 centimetres, this SEAT is great for not just mum and dad, but the whole tribe," read a press release.
The Spanish firm has previously released models named after Spanish islands, such as the Ibiza and Marbella.