A facelifted variation of the SEAT Ibiza supermini has been launched. The revised supermini characteristics a array of technologies improvements and some slight styling updates, which the Spanish brand hopes will retain it aggressive with the likes of Ford Fiesta and Hyundai i20.
Styling changes on the outdoors for the current Ibiza are few and considerably concerning. Customers can pick out from two new paint colours (Sapphire Blue and Asphalt Blue), when a new SEAT badge characteristics on the car’s radiator grille. There’s also a new “Ibiza” nameplate on the hatchback’s tailgate, completed in the similar handwritten script as the latest Leon.
SEAT has also introduced three new alloy wheel patterns as portion of the update. There’s two new seventeen-inch choices for the supermini’s FR, Xcellence and Xcellence Lux trims, and just one new eighteen-inch selection for the FR Activity specification.
The rest of SEAT’s revisions are minimal to