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NEW SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE
NEW SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE. FROM THE RACETRACK TO THE CITY.
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Top Speed
99
km/h
Range
133
km
Charging time
6-8
hours

New SEAT MÓ 125 Performance Overview

Move through the city with ease. The NEW SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE is the new 100% electric scooter for those who never stop performing.

New SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE

Choose the right combination of colour

electro urban mobility options New SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE electric scooter colour range
Tarifa Blue

Colours

Soft

Design

Live it up in the city and outside. Introducing the eco-friendly mobility solution made to keep you moving.

Technology & Connectivity

Combining advanced technologies to help you get the most out of every aspect of urban living.

Which one is yours?

4 SEAT MÓs to move with you

SEAT electro urban mobility options SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE electric scooter

NEW SEAT MÓ 125 PERFORMANCE

Made for those who perform non-stop.

3 driving modes + reverse gear
eBOOST
Up to 133km range
Zero CO2 emissions
Charging time: 6-8 hours
SEAT electro urban mobility options SEAT MÓ 125 electric scooter

SEAT MÓ 125

The smarter way to move with the flow of your city.

3 driving modes + reverse gear
Up to 125km range
Zero CO2 emissions
Charging time: 6-8 hours
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SEAT MÓ 65

High technology, greater performance, and maximum safety.

3 driving modes
Up to 65km range
Zero CO2 emissions
Charging time: 6 hours
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Lightweight and compact, for you to explore the streets.

Up to 25km range
Zero CO2 emissions
Top Speed 25 km/h*
Charging time: 3,5 hours

*Our global range of cars and product specifications varies from country to country. Please, visit your local SEAT website to know more about the product offer available for you.

“The specified fuel consumption and emission data have been determined according to the measurement procedures prescribed by law. Since 1st September 2017, certain new vehicles are already being type-approved according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP), a more realistic test procedure for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.