In an attempt to refresh the brand’s best-selling model, SEAT has unveiled the new Ibiza hatchback.
For the fifth generation of the model, SEAT is using the latest in VW Group’s structural expertise as well as improved safety technology and interior practicality.
To move in line with the newest Leon and Ateca
models, the Ibiza can be fitted with the latest in assistance technologies, such as front assist, adaptive cruise control and tiredness recognition, as well as the now standard hill hold control and stability program.
For improved connectivity so drivers don’t have to use their handheld devices, Seat can fit Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and VW MirrorLink as well as a connectivity box – which helps to boost your phone signal – and wireless charging, showing the brand’s eagerness to promote responsible connectivity.
As the smaller of the two Seat hatchbacks, it still comes with an impressive amount of interior space, thanks to its new extended base structure, which helps to make it more practical.
Not only does it look exciting, it promises to be an exciting drive too, thanks to the five drive profiles – eco, comfort, normal, sport and individual – that alter the set-up of the car to the driver’s needs and wants.
At first, the Ibiza will be released with two additional design orientations – the premium feel Xcellence and sport-orientated FR – further proving that the Ibiza is a stylish option in the small hatchback market.
Also coming with great entertainment features, such as an optional Beats Audio sound system and eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system, the Ibiza is jam-packed with accessories to make your drive more engaging.
To keep up to date with the new Ibiza, which will be arriving at UK showrooms in Summer 2017, register your interest today.