2019 Seat Leon – The Next Leon will become the VW Group’s first model to welcome its all-new infotainment system when it hits the market in the summer of 2019.
New Seat Leon Exterior Design
The details on the 2019 Seat Leon are currently a little thin on the floor, but it is likely that the style will not be too different from the current car. At the front, the new car will always have the sharp styling that distinguishes the Leon from its cousin Volkswagen Golf, which shares the same parts. The upper grille is likely to be wider and shallower, while the lower grille has an angular design with sculpted air vents. Around the rear, it is expected that the wheel arches will be wider and the LED brake lights will be thinner. The Sporty FR and Cupra models will feature wider exhaust pipes and more aggressive bumpers.
Seat Leon Interior 2019
Like the style, expect inside to be very similar to the current car. The SEAT design will make the interior sportier than golf, but it should feel a lot more modern and interesting than the car on sale now. That said, a new, enhanced touchscreen infotainment system will be featured to give the dashboard a sleek, stylish look. This new infotainment system will have a modern user interface and can be updated over the air. In fact, Seat (and VW Group) are so confident about the ease of use of their new system that they will migrate most physical buttons to the screen, including air conditioning controls.
2019 Leon Engine
The engine range will also be familiar with 1.0 and 1.5 liter gasoline and a 1.6 liter diesel engine. It is also possible to get at least some of the electronic architecture of the upcoming Mk8 Golf, which suggests a potential for a lightweight hybrid at 48 V, although this may happen later in the life of the car. The plug-in arriving in 2020 will only travel 31 miles on electric power.
The new SEAT Leon is scheduled for showrooms before the summer of 2019, and will not be too far from the prices of the current model. Entry cars will start from £ 18,000, rising to around £ 32,000 for a hot Cupra topper.