SEAT (pronounced Say-at, not Seet) is a Spanish car manufacturer that was founded in 1950 and quickly became the largest supplier of vehicles in Spain. SEAT was sold to the Volkswagen Group in 1986 and remained one of its subsidiaries.
SEAT’s introduction into motorsports began in the 1970s, resulting in 11 titles between 1979 and 1983. In 1985, SEAT founded SEAT Sport as a separate division, which started the company’s increasing presence in motorsports.
SEAT currently offers eight models, including the Mii city car, Ibiza supermini, Leon small family car, Arona crossover, Ateca crossover, Tarraco crossover, Alhambra large MPV, and the Cupra.