Seat unveils 20V20 concept at Geneva
03 March 2015
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Seat has revealed its 20V20 concept car at the Geneva motor show, which looks ahead to a possible four-door midsize 4x4, and the brand's future design language.
The Spanish car maker said the concept combines the look of a four-door coupe, 4x4 and compact vehicle. It features 20-inch wheels and full LED lights.
Seat said the concept car also offers a platform for many different engines, from petrol and diesel to plug-in units. The concept has been designed to accommodate the firm's DSG gearbox and also features an electronically controlled four-wheel drive system as well as a package of driver assistance systems.
"The 20V20 reflects Seat's ambition in the future. With this showcar we are highlighting how we intend to develop our brand's design language," said Jurgen Stackmann, Seat president.
"At Seat we aim to develop and produce highly emotional cars that appeal to our customers, with plenty of character, innovative design, modern technology, quality and precision at an affordable price. With these values that characterise Seat and set us apart from the competition, we strive to be, and will be, the first choice of young-spirited, dynamic customers," said `Stackmann.