All new Seat Leon makes debut at Paris Motor Show
The all new Seat Leon will debut at the Paris Motor Show; the new Seat Leon is the most advanced car that Seat has ever produced and a landmark for the Spanish company
The all new Seat Leon will debut at the Paris Motor Show; the new Seat Leon is the most advanced car that Seat has ever produced and a landmark for the Spanish company.
The new Leon, whose UK order book opens in February for March deliveries, will come to market with a version boasting a CO2 rating of just 99g/km. That means 74.3mpg and zero annual Vehicle Excise Duty.
The exterior of the new Seat boasts full-LED headlamps which is a first in the family hatchback class, the five door Seat Leon is the embodiment of style-meets-practicality, unifying an aesthetic reminiscent of a coupé with rear space enough for adults. It boasts a 380-litre boot, the new car’s luggage capacity is approximately 40-litres improved over its predecessor’s, and its wheelbase is six centimetres longer, for increased legroom. Every UK Leon will have a colour touchscreen incorporating the radio controls, Bluetooth phone connectivity and other vehicle functions. The Leon also comes with a ground-breaking driver drowsiness detection function and an automatic lane-keeping assistant.