Seat Tango Concept
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The Seat Tango is a concept car from the company Seat , which was presented in 2001 at the IAA in Frankfurt.
The Tango is powered by a six-cylinder with 184 kW (250 hp) and 2791 cc displacement. At 3200 rpm, it delivers a maximum torque of 297 Nm and accelerates the car with the help of the four-wheel drive within seven seconds from 0 to 100 km / h, the maximum speed is 235 km / h (electronically controlled) are. Switched on a five-speed automatic transmission .
The Roadster is equipped with the latest drive control systems ( ABS , EBV (Traction Control) , TCS (Stability Program) and ESP ). The road is illuminated by xenon headlights , which adjust themselves in the curves themselves.
The SEAT Tango is a car prototype It was the third creation of the Italian designer Walter da Silva for the SEAT brand, it is a two-seater roadster with tubular structure, inspired by the classic convertibles of the 50s and 60s. Developed under the project (SE245) from the platform (PQ24), the model included xenon headlights and curious accessories such as suitcases, toolbox and a helmet lined with the same brown leather upholstery, these were hidden in the gaps behind of the headboards and the opening of the trunk was the style of a drawer.
A little later a new version of Tango called SEAT Tango Racer appeared. It was a version that looked like a car but in reality it was a sporty two-seater that, with a cover hidden from the passenger seat, was presented in yellow with the upper part in gray, and had the same motorization of the normal SEAT Tango.
Engine: Gasoline engine : 2.8 liters (184 kW)
Length: 4152 mm
Width: 1777 mm
Height: 1381 mm
Wheelbase: 2591 mm
Empty weight: 1570 kg