On paper, the power figures promise excellent performance, such as a 0-100 time of just 7,5 seconds, but in practice this 1,868kg SUV doesn't give the impression of being super-fast. The Tarraco eHybrid deploys its power progressively, not aggressively.
Its power efficiency was a pleasant surprise, though. Seat announces 1.6 to 2.1 l/100 km (36 to 47 g/km) and although that's purely theoretical, we still achieved an average of 3.2 l/100 km and 13.2 kWh/100 km. Of course, that figure is entirely dependent on the driver's charging and driving behaviour.
Charging the battery can be done with up to 3.6kW (wallbox or charge point), which is not exceptional. About four hours is what the battery needs to top up in optimal conditions. With a normal socket it takes at least 1.5 hours longer.