SEAT Leon 2020 model year again caught the photoMarch 18, 2019
Spanish Golf is actively preparing for the debut, but so far the company is not going to remove the camouflage from the future novelty, built on the basis of the modular MQB platform from the Volkswagen concern.
The current SEAT Leon was one of the first cars built on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform, which has expanded significantly in recent years and includes everything from small cars such as Ibiza to medium-sized models like the Tarraco. VAG is diligently preparing the next wave of MQB cars, which will include: Leon, Golf, A3.
Now photospies got a new SEAT Leon 2020 model year, passing road tests in harsh winter conditions. While the company does not seek to disclose the details of the future news, but camouflage allows us to consider an even more “fast-paced” design relative to the current version. Narrower front optics and taillights are similar to the current version.
Judging by the dual exhaust system (fake, real exhaust is hidden behind the bumper), low ground clearance and large alloy wheels with low profile tires – we have a sports modification. Unfortunately, it’s too early to judge the technical stuffing and interior design, but the manufacturer promised a “revolution” in equipping the interior with displays, as well as a new hybrid installation with the possibility of charging from the mains and a large power reserve.
After the official debut of the new hatchback, the model will receive modifications in the station wagon, as well as a cross-version.
Meanwhile, in the framework of the Geneva Motor Show, a demonstration of the new SEAT Minimo concept, capable of driving in both urban and off-road conditions, was held. The length of the model does not exceed 2.5 meters in length.
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