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Seat IBX concept hints at future technology

Seat has unveiled a concept car suggesting the next new model in its line-up will be a compact SUV.

The IBX concept, revealed at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, also features a hybrid powertrain allowing up to 30-miles of zero-emissions travel before relying on its petrol or diesel engine.

If it went into production it would be the first compact SUV from Seat, giving it a vehicle to rival cars such as the Ford Kuga and Volkswagen Tiguan.

The model would be front-wheel drive in its entry-level guise, although customers would also be able to choose four-wheel drive versions.

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