SEAT Revels IBL Concept at 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show +VIDEO


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Seat IBL Concept

FRANKFURT - September 13, 2011: SEAT reveals an exciting concept car at the Frankfurt Motorshow. The innovative SEAT IBL concept car marks the junction between SEAT’s contemporary sportiness and audacity and tomorrow’s style and innovation.

As a significant evolution of SEAT’s shapes, the SEAT IBL concept car distinguishes itself with a powerful identity that strikes the eye right at the first glance. At 4.67 meters long and 1,85 metres wide, the SEAT IBL falls into the full-size saloon category.


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SEAT's future design language interpreted as a sports sedan. The LED fascias announce the evolution of a new stylistic era. The angular design completes the futurist and elegant look provided by the LED technology. With sophisticated interior and exterior innovations, this creation points to the expression of SEAT’s identity in the future. Enter a cruising ship, controlled by amazingly integrated panel boards. A highly flattering driving position is highlighted by a dynamic steering wheel design.

The calm and comfort provided by the interior are only equalled by the level of performance of the car. The white board platform, enhanced by a glimpse of red-sewed audacity typifies this audacious design.

Seriously self-assumed lines, generously delicate design; sportiness: the SEAT IBL concept car drives on the playgrounds of elegance and character.

“IBL is all about emotion. Love at first sight. But this first impression is something that is meant to last thanks to its timeless elegant design,” says Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos, the Head of SEAT Design. This highly-rated sedan is being introduced for the first time in Germany.


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