Seat has released another teaser for their crossover concept bound to debut tomorrow at the 85th Geneva Motor Show.

Seat has released another teaser for their crossover concept bound to debut tomorrow at the 85th Geneva Motor Show.

We are about a day away from the official unveiling of Seat's near-production concept for a crossover and now we get a glimpse of the rear end after last week we saw a portion the front fascia. The car teased here is an evolution of the IBX concept from four years ago and this one is closer to the production model confirmed to come out next year.

Technical specifications are not available at this point but most likely Seat's first ever crossover will be based on the Leon hatchback and will be built in Czech Republic by Skoda. It will ride on the MQB platform and is going to be offered with an optional permanent 4Drive all-wheel drive system while the engines and gearboxes will be sourced from the aforementioned Leon.

Likely debuting in production form in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Seat crossover will probably get a high performance Cupra derivative later during the car's lifespan.

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