Can someone explain why 1, 2 and 3 are in the SEAT’s official press photos for the new Ibiza ST? This should be sent to PhotoshopDisaster.
News has it that Seat is planning a coupe-like hatchback a la Scirocco to boost the brand’s image. According to Jan Lafrentz, the sales and marketing boss of Seat, “The design proposal for this car already exists, and they’re now only waiting for the green light.” Cool! Bobby, Wheels Weekly
Just submitted the above for CarSpyShot Photoshop Contest. It’s my idea of the Exeo Freetrack base on the Acura ZDX.
The SEAT Altea is a compact MPV designed by the Walter de’Silva, and launched in 2004 as the first example of SEAT’s new corporate look.It’s been five years, time for model change. Since SEAT has recycled the Audi A4 (B7) as their Exeo, why not recycle the Volkswagen Touran Golf Plus.
The Arosa was a city car from SEAT built between 1997 and 2005. The three-door, four-seater hatchback was not replaced by any SEAT model when production ceased in 2005. With current economic climate, I believe it’s the ideal time to bring back the Arosa to SEAT’s lineup.
Just for fun, I made a video of the three different rendrings of Seat, Skoda and Kia based on the Volkswagen BlueSport Concept.
Citing inside sources, German car magazine ‘Auto Motor und Sport’ is reporting that the VW Group is planning to introduce SEAT and Skoda variants of its forthcoming mid-engine roadster that will be based on the BlueSport concept unveiled at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. Due to arrive sometime in 2012, VW’s edition of the roadster […]
Volkswagen says the Concept BlueSport will make it into production if other marques in the group such as Audi and SEAT want it to, according to a senior Volkswagen executive. He says for economies of scale, the investment for the car needs to be shared between at least three different brands. Source: paultan
These renderings appeared in paultan, autoblog spain and espaciocoches.