The new and improved Alhambra is expected to go on sale in May, featuring new styling tweaks and improved engine efficiency.
The practical car comes with an impressive basic spec including SEAT's latest Easy Connect touchscreen infotainment system, with faster processing power and more connectivity features. A multi-collision auto brake system is now standard fit, along with Dynamic Chassis Control and Blind-Spot Sensor.
Jurgen Stackmann, chairman of the executive committee at SEAT comments "It's compelling concept combines the very best functionality and state-of-the-art technology with an excellent standard of quality and workmanship. Plus, in true SEAT fashion, it offers incredible value for money."
The new version is 15% more efficient than the previous model thanks to mechanical tweaks and new technology such as a coasting function on the DSG automatic gearbox. It is available it two 2.0 diesel engines, 149bhp and 181bhp as well as a 1.4 TSI 149bhp engine.
Inside, there are new trim colours, a Leon steering wheel design as well as key-less entry and start system.
The new SEAT Alhambra was given 5/5 by WhatCar? and described as "Incredibly spacious and practical, it's also refined and good to drive. All versions are well equipped."