SEAT unveils the new Ibiza

Still young and functional – but also more sporty, spacious and comfortable than ever: that’s the new SEAT Ibiza. The fifth generation of the bestselling SEAT, of which around 5.4 million models have been sold since making its debut in 1984, marks another milestone in the biggest product offensive to date in the history of the marque.

The SEAT Ibiza is a completely new model that has been developed to satisfy the highest standards. Measuring 4,059 mm in length, it combines Spanish temperament with style and comfort, without compromising on dynamics.

 

The key here lies in the new group platform known as MQB A0 modular platform, which was used for the first time within the Volkswagen Group for the start of production on the new SEAT Ibiza. Among other things, it is responsible for the fact that the wheelbase has grown by 95 mm to 2,564 mm.

 

This noticeably improves the comfort and space. At the same time, it has been possible to produce a design that features incredibly dynamic proportions. The Ibiza is also available with driving assistance systems that normally tend to be found on vehicles in higher classes.

 

Above all else, however, the luggage space has grown once again and at 355 litres is 63 litres larger than its predecessor. This makes the SEAT Ibiza one of the best in its class in terms of storage space as well. It is a good example of how the marque skilfully manages to combine design and functionality.

Ibiza 1.0 EcoTSI: super unleaded fuel consumption in l/100 km combined: 4,7; CO2 emissions in g/km: 108; CO2 efficiency class B.

 

Further information on the official fuel consumption figures and the official, specific CO2 emissions of new motor vehicles is available in the ‘Guidelines on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and electric power consumption of new motor vehicles’, available free of charge from all retail outlets and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Helmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern-Scharnhausen, Germany (www.dat.de).

 

The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a motor vehicle and any deviations from the stated values depend not only on the efficient use of fuel by the vehicle and other factors (e.g. the choice of wheels and tyres), but are also influenced by driving style and other non-technical factors.