The Seat president James Muir has revealed details of a four new car line-up for 2012
The Seat president James Muir has revealed details of a four new car line-up for 2012. The new Seat Mii will be the first to be unveiled. The Mii, which is based on the Seat Ibiza supermini, will get amongst other things a new bonnet, headlights as well as a low cost LED rear light unit.
The new Seat Toledo for 2012 will sit between the Seat Ibiza and the Seat Leon and finishing the four car line-up is the new Seat Leon family, the first model of which the five door will be shown at the end of 2012.
Other changes at the Spanish car-maker, which is on target to return to profit in 2013 after too many years in the red, will include broadening the appeal of Cupra models. A diesel model will be introduced to sell alongside the petrol version.
Seat also confirmed they will build an SUV a model that was first previewed with the Tribu concept of 2007, and later by the IBX shown at the 2010 Geneva motor show.