SEAT used the Geneva Motor Show to excite supermini fans by unveiling its all-new Ibiza
SEAT has given its all-new Ibiza supermini a world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.
The fifth-generation of the five-door hatch gets fresh styling and a completely redesigned interior.
The unveiling comes off the back of the recently launched Ateca and facelifted Leon as SEAT strives to reignite its product range.
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Interestingly, it's the first car in the VW group to use the new MQB-A0 platform, usually, something that's dished up to the premium brands and best sellers first with SEAT traditionally being the last to be served.
Developed in Barcelona, the new car promises to retain SEAT's DNA of being sporty with striking looks. It also gets a swathe of new technologies and is roomier inside than before.
You can now get driving assistance systems in the Ibiza, that are currently in the Leon and Ateca, such as front assist and adaptive cruise control, wireless phone charging and GSM signal amplifier.
It also features Apple Car Play, Android Auto, Mirror Link and a Beats sound system which gets six speakers, a subwoofer and 300W amplifier.
A launch date, specification and prices are yet to be announced.