An upgraded Seat Exeo is now available to order with styling enhancements as well as new components, and with a lower CO2 Ecomotive model in the pipeline.
With new bi-xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights (standard on Sport models and optional on SE spec’ cars) are key to the car's new 'face', while there are also new alloy wheel designs and upgraded interior materials.
Improvements to the 2.0 TDI engine see emissions cut to a low of 129 g/km, with an improvement in fuel economy to 58.9 mpg on the combined cycle.
Seat also plans to alunch an Ecomotive version in 2012 with many of the fuel-saving features of other Ecomotive models, including stop/start.
Seat is targetingless than 120 g/km for the Start/Stop-equipped Exeo.
Seat UK Managing Director Peter Wyhinny said: "The showroom arrival of the freshly upgraded Exeo range comes at a great time for Seat. With another record year under our belt in 2011, and sales continuing their upward trend so far this year, our dealers are already busy.
"The revised Exeo is yet another reason for buyers to visit – and that’s all before the new Ibiza supermini range and brilliant new Mii city car make their UK debuts.
"2012 is set to be the most exciting year in Seat’s history, and the Exeo gets things off to the perfect start."
The Exeo range is priced from £19,480 on the road.