Seat has unveiled the new Toledo Concept at the Geneva Motor Show that is virtually in production form already.
The design has been derived from the styling language that has been developed through the IBE, IBX and IBL concept cars. It starts with a trapezoidal-shaped honeycomb mesh grille that sits above a large air inlet and is flanked by the pentagonal front headlights. The side profile has been intended to mimic the look of a coupe to add a bit of sportiness with the low angled rear windscreen.
Technical details are limited, but considering it is based on the same platform as the new Volkswagen Jetta we should expect to see up to six petrol and diesel engine options made available when it is launched.
The new sedan will hit the first dealerships within the next 12 months. Check the press release below for full details.