BARCELONA – SEAT SA officially takes the wraps off its Altea Freetrack, the Spanish car maker’s first cross/utility vehicle. Derived from the Altea XL, the new Altea Freetrack, unveiled at the auto show here, maintains much of that car’s general design, with only a few exterior changes. Molded plastic is used to protect the metal along the edge of the wheel openings, for example. And black plastic front and rear bumpers give the vehicle a “touch of adventure” and protect the body when the ...

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