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Geneva debut for Seat Toledo concept

At the Geneva Salon, Seat is presenting the next phase of its product offensive in the form of a close-to-production study. The Toledo concept combines the proportions of a classic saloon car with a sporty coupé-like design.

The Geneva study delivers a view of the brand’s future – the series-production version on which it is based will begin to reach dealers in Spain later 2012.
James Muir, president of Seat, S.A. said: ‘The Seat Toledo Concept illustrates our idea of the perfect mid-range car. It is an excellent combination of emotional design, top-level usability and dynamic driving characteristics.

‘The subsequent production model, our new Toledo, will write a whole new success story with its clear Seat identity, its excellent quality standard and exceptional value-for-money.

‘Following the Mii family and the new Ibiza, the new Toledo marks the next wave in our model offensive and growth strategy.’

Seat Toledo


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