SEAT Toledo Concept unveiledFri, 02 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Seat Toledo Concept - heading for Geneva 2012
The new SEAT Toledo Concept has been revealed ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week. Looks production ready.
Looking close to production-ready, the SEAT Toledo Concept has been rolled out by SEAT this morning ahead of a public debut next week in Geneva.
This is the fourth generation SEAT Toledo, and with SEAT saying it will go on sale by the end of 2012, we wonder why it’s billed as a ‘concept’. About all we can see that shouts ‘concept’ are the wheels – which are a bit over-sized for production – and maybe a couple of interior bits.
The new Toledo is SEAT’s version of the MissionL Concept last year from Skoda, and is a sort of booted hatchback with a big back hatch and decent boot – although it does look a bit staid.
SEAT are giving little away about powertrains, but they will doubtless be the usual range of VW TSI and TDI lumps and about all we really know, apart from what you can see in the photos, is that the boot is good for 500 litres of stuff with the seats up, the Toledo is 4480mm (a bit longer than the SEAT Leon) and sits on a wheelbase of 2600mm.
All will be revealed next week.
(9 photos – click any thumbnail for full gallery)
By Cars UK