Seat has encouraged its Seat Design team to get creative with the Ibiza Cupra model, and they’ve decided to cut the roof off. The roofless Ibiza serves two purposes for Seat, with the concept celebrating the Ibiza’s 30th anniversary while entertaining the crowds at the 2014 Wörthersee Treffen show in Austria. Show More Summary
The 2014 Wörthersee Tour is just around the corner and Spanish automaker SEAT has revealed a new concept based on its Ibiza Cupra hot hatch. The concept is called the Ibiza Cupster and it has been built as a way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Ibiza nameplate. The concept’s body is largely the same as that of the production...
Posted on 11.5.2012 12:00 by Simona Filed under: Seat | Seat Ibiza | hatchback | sports cars | Cars | Car Reviews | Seat After the Ibiza Cupra Concept unveiled earlier this year at the Beijing Auto Show, Seat has finally dropped the production version. Show More Summary
Volkswagen’s Spanish unit Seat has rolled out a hot little hatch concept at this week’s 2012 Beijing Auto Show, which despite being labeled concept is actually a preview of a planned facelift for one of the automaker’s most popular models. That model is the sporty 2012 Seat Ibiza Cupra, which like the rest of the Ibiza range...
Posted on 04.24.2012 15:00 by Justin Cupler Filed under: Seat | Europe | compact cars | concept cars | Seat Ibiza | hatchback | future cars | Beijing Auto Show | small family cars | Cars | Car Reviews | Seat For those that happen toShow More Summary
SEAT has unveiled the Ibiza CUPRA concept at the Auto China in Beijing. The Ibiza CUPRA concept previews a future production model. The concept is finished in Crono yellow paint and is visually distinguished by an aggressive body kit, bi-xenon headlights and a center-mounted exhaust system. All this rides on 17-inch alloy wheels. Inside shows [...]
www.ZerCustoms.com - Seat revealed this week a new Ibiza Cupra concept, which is very close to its pr... [...]
Just about every brand under the Volkswagen Group umbrella has its own performance line these days. Marques like Lamborghini, Bugatti and Porsche may not need them, but Volkswagen has the R line, Audi has the RS range, Skoda offers the...Show More Summary