September 23, 2012

World debut for the Seat Leon at the Paris Motor Show 2012

The 2012 Mondial de l'Automobile will be a landmark show for Seat, as the company unveils the most important new model in its recent history – the all-new Leon.

Combining effortless beauty with greater practicality than its two preceding generations, the new Leon is the most
advanced car that Seat has ever produced, and a landmark for the Spanish company.

The introduction of the new Leon makes the 2012 Paris Motor Show an epoch-defining event for Seat, during which the first of a new model family is introduced – a family that will extend the Leon's reach further than ever before.

And with the official introduction of the new, production-ready Toledo hatchback, Seat really does have compact family car segment covered. The new Toledo, which goes on sale at the end of this month (September 2012), boasts an incredible amount of cabin space and a 550-litre boot, wrapped in a compact body shell and with a price that's more supermini than family car.

Alongside the two new production cars, Seat will also display the exciting Mii FR Line Concept. First shown at the 2012 GTI Treffen event in Worthersee, Austria, the Mii FR Line Concept alludes to how the city car could look were it to become available in FR trim.

Finally, the Paris Motor Show represents the official market introduction of Seat's new corporate identity, which brings a more modern, streamlined look to the existing 'S' logo found on the grille and tailgate of every Seat model. It will be used first on the new Leon, before being rolled out to the entire range from 2013.


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