In recent years, a change in the trend of urban mobility has been observed in all senses. Brands are aware of this and that is that they are now betting on electrical solutions in which they have boosted their resources. This is the case of Seat, which comes with an apotheosic month of work in which they intend to present their latest news. The Spanish firm has everything in mind and that is that solutions for sustainable development are in the foreground.
At Casa Seat they start the month of September with a practically unique and exclusive exhibition, where Solar Portraits will focus on solar mobility where the sun’s energy will be the sole focus. In this case, the space will dedicate its three floors to the photographic story of Rubén Salgado Escudero, who highlights the importance of solar energy for some communities with little access to the electricity grid. The specialist will portray people from all over the world using solar-powered lamps.
Taking advantage of the European mobility week, SEAT has taken a step forward and will surprise by exhibiting the new urban electric car exclusively, CUPRA UrbanRebel before it hits the streets in 2025. It is a model that has a perfect urban spirit, being designed on the front-wheel drive MEB platform, being exhibited from September 9 to October 7.
In addition, on September 21, CASA SEAT will host a round table in which the future of the electric car will be discussed. The challenges and opportunities of electrification will be identified and the main challenges such as autonomy and the network and charging time, industrial capacity or the new infrastructures necessary for this transformation will be addressed.
The cultural agenda of the month will include a new session of the cycle “The Making Of of DAMA”, the series of meetings with creators, creators and professionals of the audiovisual industry organized by the management entity DAMA, together with Serielizados. On the 22nd, CASA SEAT will offer the Concerto Trio Concertando on the occasion of the festivities of La Mercè. It is the musical project of Zoltan Banfalvi on violin, Pierluigi Ruggiero on cello and Luca Trabucchi on guitar.