SEAT framed a teaser for the updated hatchback Leon FRJanuary 14, 2020
The press service of the Spanish automobile brand has published a teaser for the high-performance hatchback Leon FR. We are shown new LED taillights, which got the funny nickname Snazzy. The presentation is scheduled for January 28 this year.
After the official debut of the German eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf hatchback, as well as the fourth-generation Czech Skoda Octavia, now it’s the turn to show the updated Spanish SEAT Leon. The version of the fourth generation model is designed to significantly increase the existing level of company sales in Europe. A new teaser for the car, released today by the press service of the Spanish automaker, shows us the back of the novelty, where, among other things, you can see the nameplate FR. That is, we are talking about a more powerful version of the machine.
As we saw in the “spy” images of the previously seen prototypes of the updated Leon, the car will use a wide LED strip that will connect the two taillights – by the way, this was the design move of the SEAT Tarraco crossover.
In fact, the backlight is very similar to the one used in the aforementioned SUV. The new Leon will have a model designation in the center of the tailgate, where it will be located under the company logo.
It is interesting that the German concern VW Group, which includes SEAT, says that the fourth generation of the Leon model will be larger in size than its predecessor, both in hatchback and station wagon bodies. So, in the cabin should be more space.
The novelty will be built on the basis of the modular platform MQB Evo. Over time, a more powerful version of the car will be introduced, which will be released under the Cupra brand. The latter will be equipped with a hybrid engine with a capacity of up to 245 horsepower. ” The presentation of the new SEAT Leon will be held on January 28.
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