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Traum Seek 5, a sleek high-end SUV

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Traum Seek 5, a sleek high-end SUV

With a new design of modern and impressive touches, the Traum Seek 5 is poised to be a popular car among young drivers.

This crossover sport utility vehicle (SUV) draws attention with wedge-shaped LED headlamps, an aluminium grille, wide wheel arches and stylish sidewalls. There is also the pseudo-metallic heskie lining bumpers and alloy wheels draws attention from potential car buyers. This unique design gives the model a solid appearance.

There are three rows of seating in the Traum Seek 5, which includes a power-adjustable driver’s seat and seven passenger seats.

Just like Traum S70, the Traum Seek 5 is equipped with a 1.5 litre turbo engine with 139 hp / 103 kW at its disposal. A regular version of 1.8-liter atmospheric engine is also available. Both of these versions support manual and automatic transmission.

The new Traum Seek 5 will delights divers with a engine-start button, emergency braking, electronic parking brakes, all-round cameras, 18-inch alloy wheels and a voice activated multimedia system.

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Traum Seek 5 provides comfort with amenities such as a convenient climate control unit, electrically-adjustable driver’s and front passenger seats, heating and ventilation and standard heated side mirrors.

The superb interior is made out of quality craftsmanship using tactile materials such as luxury leather to create a superior ambience of prestige. There is even interior mood lighting, which enhances the experience of night-time driving.

Traum Seek 5 is as smart as it is sleek as it is engineered with energy saving technologies for fuel efficiency. The main attraction of the front panel is a virtual instrument cluster and the vehicle comes in three design options.

Another attractive feature of the Traum Seek 5 is its intelligent gesture system, which is integrated into the 10.25 inch colour modern infotainment system. The infotainment system is touch screen navigation enabled and hand gesture controls can be used for making a call or to play the music.

Other functions including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink, rear view camera, all-round viewing system and WiFi have been added into the system.

Last but not least, the Seek 5 is equipped with a sleek, fully digital instrument panel made with 12.3 inch high-definition liquid crystal. The panel indicates fuel level, vehicle speed and other information.

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