• Apr 4, 2008
Click above to view more of the SEAT Ibiza unveiling in hi-res

Just yesterday we brought you news of the new SEAT Ibiza. Previewed by the black-mouthed Bocanegtra concept unveiled in Geneva, the new Ibiza itself previews the subtle change in direction to SEAT's design language, incorporating sharp intersecting lines with a more crowd-pleasing grille. European customers, however, will have to wait a little longer to see the 3-door versions, as well as for the high-performance Cupra model.

In the meantime, the Spanish Volkswagen subsidiary has now unleashed a whole corral of images of the new five-door hatch, plus a video of the car from every angle. Unveiling at the SEAT facility on the outskirts of Barcelona, the new Ibiza will have its motor show debut in Madrid late next month and will hit European markets shortly thereafter. Click on the thumbnails below to see all the images in alta resolución and follow the jump for el vídeo.


[Source: SEAT]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      What, no "ZOMG they ripped off teh Mazda3!!" post?

      Anyway, this looks pretty hot for a dressed-up VW Polo. Makes me wonder why VWNA continues to pursue pie-in-the-sky upmarket projects when they could positively own the B segment Stateside.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Really boring compared to Ibiza MK4.
      Sladjan Ilic
      • 6 Years Ago
      Uninteresting and generic design that only succeeds in being Kia Ceed's copy, which is not something to be proud of. Seat design was promising in Walters Da Silva reign but since has lost its compass completely.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Im sorry but the new shape just doesnt do it for me. Seat had a lot of potential as the 'budget/performance' sibling of VW but it just seems to be regurgitating the same dull and diluted shape from the tango/salsa concepts. This is just another disappointing car in a lineup that showed a lot of promise 3-5 years ago.