2020 Seat Leon – Engines and Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)
The fourth generation of the seat Leon is the safest vehicle the brand has ever developed, thanks not only to its level of passive safety, but also, in particular, to the integration of a state-of-the-art suite of .
The aim is not only to protect passengers in case of an accident, but also to prevent accidents from occurring. That is why these systems are always alert and monitor the car’s environment with images and data gathered by a camera, as well as ultrasonic and radar sensors. Thanks to it, the new #seat Leon can react when facing obstacles on the road or sudden movements of other drivers, and provide effective driver assistance when necessary, alerting drivers to a dangerous situation or minimising the risk or consequences of an accident.
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), which represent the first step towards autonomous driving, not only provide a significant increase in active safety: they also improve driving quality and comfort in daily traffic situations. These systems assist the driver via light and acoustic signals, as well as vibration through the steering wheel, depending on the assistant. The vehicle is also capable of avoiding or minimising a dangerous situation by corrections in the steering wheel and autonomous braking, even without human intervention.
ADAS include, for example, predictive Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Emergency Assist, Travel Assist and Side and Exit Assist, which combine to protect the vehicle and its occupants when driving or stationary.
The all-new Seat leon is the first Seat model to offer five different technologies that adapt to almost all drivers. A suite of new powertrain technologies; petrol (TSI), diesel (TDI), mild-hybrid (eTSI), plug-in hybrid (eHybrid) and compressed natural gas (TGI), mean consumers can choose the vehicle that most closely matches their lifestyle and needs, while at the same time providing the efficiency and performance demanded by the market.
In total, there are eleven different mechanical variants, with power outputs ranging from 90 PS with the 1.0 TSI to 204 PS with the Seat leon eHybrid. All of them stand out for their efficient consumption, performance and low emissions, and allow consumers to choose the vehicle that best adapts to their needs. The all-new Seat leon offers different predefined drive mode – Eco, Normal, Comfort and Sport – to the driver. With the individual drive mode, the driver is able to adapt the car to the personal needs, thanks to the new DCC slider.
1.0 TSI 90PS 5-speed Manual
1.0 TSI 110PS 6-speed Manual
1.5 TSI 130PS 6-speed Manual
1.5 TSI 150PS 6-speed Manual
2.0 TSI 190PS 7-speed DSG
2.0 TDI 115PS 6-speed Manual
2.0 TDI 150PS 6-speed Manual
2.0 TDI 150PS 7-speed DSG
2.0 TDI 150PS 7-speed DSG 4Drive (Sportstourer)
1.0 eTSI 110PS mHEV 7-speed DSG
1.5 eTSI 150PS mHEV 7-speed DSG
1.4 eHybrid 204PS PHEV 6-speed DSG
1.5 TGI 130PS 6-speed Manual
1.5 TGI 130PS 7-speed DSG
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