the Seat Mii-FR concept that is due to be unveiled at this week's Worthersee tuning event in Austria will be a breath of fresh air looking for a little extra in the styling department.
Designed to be a small and economical, the Mii city-car is the lowest point of entry within the Seat line-up. As a result, it suffers from a bad case of blandness. Therefore the Seat Mii-FR concept that is due to be unveiled at this week's Worthersee tuning event in Austria will be a breath of fresh air for those looking for a little extra spice in the styling department.
The new concept features a Tornado Red Livery with black accents on the side, boot door and wheel arches and also benefits from a set of matching 16-inch wheels. The interior meanwhile boasts a similar red and black theme along with sportier seats, a flat-bottom steering wheel and FR-Line lettering on the dashboard.
Product marketing boss Ulf Eberhardt has confirmed the concept previews a production version that the brand currently have in the pipeline. He said the brand will do an FR version, but ruled out a high performance Cupra as the 30 percent price increase required would not be beneficial.