The Seat Alhambra Ecomotive has been chosen as official car for the meeting entitled “Climate Change, Awareness and Action”, organised by the Biosphere Foundation and the Spanish delegation of the grass-roots movement The Climate Project, created and lead by Al Gore, former Vice-President of the United States and 2007 Nobel Peace prize-winner. The meeting, to be held tomorrow in Seville, will bring together more than 200 personalities from the spheres of politics, society and culture.
Fully in line with its sense of responsibility vis-à-vis the environment, Seat is joining this initiative by providing several units of the Ecomotive version of its Alhambra, the first model in its segment to lower its CO2 emissions to 159 g/km thanks to its efficient 140 hp 2-litre TDI engine, with an average weighted consumption of only 6 litres per 100 km.
This version of the Alhambra is thus added to Seat's Ecomotive range of models which also includes the new Ibiza - its 98 g/km of CO2 emissions making it leader both in its segment and environmental sustainability – and the León, whose 119 g/km and low consumption provides it with a range of almost 1,500 km in the extraurban cycle on a single tank.
Thus the Spanish car brand is making its contribution to the main aim of this meeting: to raise public and government awareness all over the world about the effects of global warming on the planet.
Seat has been contributing to this struggle for many years, by developing and researching in interdependent areas such as environmental protection, energy efficiency, fuel technology and road safety.
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