2019 Seat Ibiza – This is the SEAT Ibiza rival for the Ford Fiesta ST and potentially a key component of SEAT’s offering to build its performance division into a full-fledged brand.
Seat Ibiza Exterior 2019
There are some notable things about the 2019 Seat Ibiza that are worth mentioning. If there is one thing SEAT has nailed shortly after breaking off from Seat, it’s the logo. It attracts attention, but it does not noodle its environment either. We see it here because just as quickly as you see the new logo, you realize that the grille of the hot hatch is also new. The headlights are strangely similar to those Audi uses, but that’s fine. Both companies share a parent, so there is nothing wrong with sharing them. It’s hard to understand how the body lines affect the profile of the hot hatch, but there are some elements of its design that SEAT could have done better. One is the bumper. Maybe it’s because of the angle of the photo, but it looks like a flat and bland bumper that does not do enough to showcase the sporty and aggressive personality of the SEAT. You can also see how flat these wheel arches are.
Seat Ibiza 2019 Interior
The cabin reveals that the show car is a DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission that may upset the purists – but also shows that the 2019 Seat Ibiza is equipped with a flat-bottomed Alcantara steering wheel and sport seats in the front with a mix of suede fabric and a pattern sewn into the base. The dashboard is lined with carbon fiber material and incorporates SEAT’s touchscreen infotainment system. There is also a fully digital dashboard, a big step for the Ibiza and a switch that suggests that the car will have a number of different driving modes.
New Seat Ibiza Engine
There are no details on the engine, but reports have indicated that it would receive the same 2.0-liter turbocharged engine as the Volkswagen Polo GTI. This engine will produce 197 horsepower and 236 lb-ft of torque.