SEAT to unveil the new Arona and Ibiza on April 15
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Barcelona-based auto maker SEAT (part of VW Group) is gearing up to unveil two new models on April 15 in a virtual live event. And when I say "new" models, what I mean is "upgraded versions of existing models". Which is cool.
The Ibiza doesn't even need an introduction. First unveiled in 1984, the small hatch went on to become one of SEAT's best-sellers over the years with 5 million units sold across five generations. The upcoming model is a face-lifted version of the existing 5h gen and the good news is, as you can see from the (only) cryptic picture SEAT shared, it's sporting the FR logo. So far so good.
The Arona was introduced in 2017, built on VW's MQB A0 platform, the same architecture that VW uses for the Škoda Kamiq, the VW Polo and the T-Cross.