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A saloon concept with a coupe twist from Seat

With a new mid-saloon close to production, the Seat Toledo Concept, unveiled at Geneva, is a clear indication of what will be coming to dealerships at the end of the year.

The new Toledo Concept boasts space combined with sporty coupe like exterior design, measuring at 4.48 meters. The Toledo stays true to Seat’s youthful DNA and forms an important part of the manufacturer’s future model strategy.

“Following the Mii and the new Ibiza, the new Toledo concept marks the next wave of our model offensive and growth strategy, said James Muir, president at Seat.

Seat is looking to further increase its growth in the UK and believes a mid-size saloon will bring them a new client base.

“Seat is a brand that’s on move,” said Muir. “Quality and value for money is what sets Seat apart, the Toledo Concept illustrates our idea of the perfect mid-range saloon car.”


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