Seat Ibiza and Arona, go to production |

Seat Ibiza and Arona, go to production |

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Seat Ibiza and Arona, go to production |

Intense days in Martorell where it started the production of the new Seat Ibiza and Arona, two very important models for the range of the Spanish car manufacturer. Both have been the result of a development and an evolution, starting with the style with the new Ibiza that it is now equipped with 100% LED technology as standard, as well as the model name in handwriting.

Seat Ibiza, refreshed look for the new version

Seat Arona also introduces the new Xperience trim, which gives a more marked and vigorous character to the urban SUV. This includes a completely revamped front with a new bumper on which the new fog lights stand out. As for the cockpit, the two cars were the subject of a real revolution. The new Seat Ibiza and Arona now offer greater functionality and quality in their respective cockpits, thanks to the revised stylistic language, state-of-the-art connectivity technology and new and elegant materials used. A brand new soft touch dashboard with a suspended central display infotainment system, now positioned higher to improve ergonomics, and a new multifunction steering wheel covered in Nappa leather underline the new stylistic language of the interior. The new lighting technology that highlights the redesigned air intakes further accentuates the character of the cars.

Seat Ibiza and Arona, the facelift in a video

Ample space also for connectivity on both models that are equipped. del Full Link wireless system (Android Auto and CarPlay) as well as Seat Connect. Customers can also interact with the new 9.2 ” infotainment system via natural voice recognition that can be activated with the “Hola, Hola” command. The allocation of ADAS instead, it includes the. Travel Assist, combined with ACC and Lane Assist, Side Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition (traffic sign recognition) and High Beam Assist (high beam assistant). The range of engines includes Petrol and methane engines, capable of delivering between 80 and 150 hp (from 90 to 150 hp for Arona), combined with manual gearbox and dual-clutch DSG.

“Seat Ibiza is an icon of the automotive industry and one of the fundamental pillars of the brand; SEAT Arona, for its part, is the second Seat model in terms of production in 2020 “, said Seat Executive Vice President of Production and Logistics Herbert Steiner.“The two models are of great importance to Martorell, as together they represent half of the plant’s production. The renewed and improved versions of the Ibiza and Arona will help confirm their position as key models for the range ”.