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SEAT invests more than 30 million euros in a pioneering southern Europe powertrain test centre


As part of its constant commitment to innovation and to the future of the company, focused on electrification, SEAT has invested more than 30 million euros in recent years to create the most advanced powertrain test centre in southern Europe. The facilities are equipped with nine multi-energy test benches, which enable different types of tests to be carried out on internal combustion, electric, hybrid and CNG engines, with the aim of ensuring that they meet the quality, CO2 and other emissions, durability and performance requirements committed to throughout their life cycle.

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