The new generation of hatchback SEAT Leon is revealed in the photoJanuary 27, 2020
A couple of minutes ago, a photo appeared on the social network Instagram, which shows the new generation of the compact Leon hatchback. The official presentation of the novelty 2020 model year will be held tomorrow, January 28.
Tomorrow evening (European time), the Spanish company SEAT will conduct an online broadcast of the world premiere of the fourth generation of its compact Leon hatchback, but we can already consider the new product in almost all details. More recently, in one of the Instagram profiles, a photo appeared, which captured the serial SEAT Leon and without a gram of camouflage.
Photos seem to be taken somewhere inside the building.
The back of the Spanish car was largely revealed by published teasers ahead of the big debut of the novelty, which is scheduled for January 28. So the wide LED strip that connects the taillights should not cause much surprise. Leon is the second SEAT after the Tarraco crossover, which will receive this design chip.
In general, the novelty is very similar to the Cupra Formentor Concept presented in 2019 – almost all exterior elements are identical, up to the shape of the false radiator grille and almost identical headlights.
While there are currently no images of the interior of the novelty, we know from teasers and spy photos that the interior of the new Leon will have several similarities with the interior of the German Golf 8 generation hatchback. Both of these cars will be built on the basis of the MQB platform.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Seat prepared a new version for the Tarraco crossover. Experts assigned this crossover the role of a flagship in the current Seat lineup. Now, Tarraco has become even more attractive due to the new version.
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