Seat reveals the rejuvenated Ibiza and Aaron, he will introduce them soon

The Spanish carmaker has released a short video in which it partially reveals the modernized Ibiza and Arona models. We will see the premiere next Thursday.

Both modernized innovations, the presentation of which is scheduled for Thursday, April 15, will receive a significantly reworked front and rear, the shapes of which should better follow the current design language of the carmaker. Indicated mainly by the Leon model.

In the published Arona image, we can see the newly shaped headlights with a more aggressive light signature, a new radiator grille and a completely new bumper that looks more emphatic. Of interest are the round lights of the fog lights, set unusually high, which resemble the first form of the Mladá Boleslav model Yeti.

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Ibiza then reveals in the picture more pronounced and more aggressive back parts, as well as a new style of marking smaller Spanish models. Following the example of Leon and Ateca and other concern models, the Ibiza and Arona signs are moving in the middle of the fifth door, ie under the carmaker’s emblem. Unlike the group’s siblings, however, Seat retains a more expressive font.

The changes to the exterior will probably be quite significant, but there should be a literal revolution in the cabin, as the carmaker suggested. We will probably see a new arrangement of the dashboard, into which a new infotainment touch screen could move, probably with a larger diagonal, and the digital instrument panel would not be missing either.

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However, the Spanish carmaker has not yet allowed us to look into the cabin, so for the time being it is only our assumptions. Fortunately, we will find out the reality quite soon, because the premiere will take place on Thursday, April 15 from 10:00.


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