Seat has launched its latest Ibiza SportCoupe in the UK this week, unveiling its latest model at the British International Motor Show.
The manufacturer chose to unveil the new model at the UK’s prestigious show, just after launching the Seat Ibiza’s five-door version across Britain’s forecourts.
Presenting the SportCoupe to the world, the company said that the car has been designed to “mix fun and functionality with a head-turning shape”.
The model is 17mm lower than its 5-door counterpart and features “cutting edge” seven-speed DSG double clutch gearbox technology, the company said.
The Ibiza 5-door, meanwhile, has “value and quality, as well as style” at the heart of its design, with a 292 litre boot and an adjustable steering wheel.
Also on show this week at the ExCeL centre was the Seat Leon, as well as British Touring Car Championship drivers Jason Plato and Darren Turner.