Seat looks to broaden its micro-mobility range with Citroën Ami rival
The Minimo concept teased a Seat-branded quadricycle back in 2019
Spanish car manufacturer Seat is developing a quadricycle to rival the Citroën Ami as part of its plans to broaden its range of micro-mobility vehicles.
Meanwhile, the company will concentrate its efforts on electric vehicles through its spin-off brand, Cupra.
Already, the firm offers its Seat Mo e-moped, but it looks like Seat is keen to expand its micro-mobility lineup.
A Seat quadricycle was teased when it revealed the Minimo concept back in 2019, though at the firm’s recent annual press conference, Seat-Cupra boss Wayne Griffiths implied a production version forms part of its future plans.
He said: “One of the things we’re working on urgently is the micro-mobility topic and offering affordable mobility for next generations. The solutions are not only cars and not only scooters that we’ve done, but also four-wheel micro-mobility solutions.
"We are working on a strategy for micro-mobility to build a four-wheeler, and decisions on the future electrification of the Seat brand will be taken at a later date.”
In order to deliver micro-mobility options, Griffths said the company would be looking to partner with specialist, third-party companies, and signalled that bringing the Minimo to production has already begun.