In many ways, Seat is to the Volkswagen Group what Opel is to General Motors: a bottomless pit. Well, maybe Seat is doing a little better than the German brand, but it’s struggling to make a profit for quite a few years now. Given the financial troubles, it’s no surprise that the Spanish company has decided to jump on the crossover bandwagon. Having unveiled the 20V20 and Leon Cross Sport concepts in 2015, Seat has finally introduced its first-ever production SUV. Dubbed Ateca and based on the same MQB oily bits that underpin most Volkswagen Group crossovers, this people hauler is slightly smaller than the Tiguan and aimed at the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, Kia Sportage, and Hyundai Tucson.