The 20v20 SEAT Concept forward as ways which will take first SUV brand . It will also be the main novelty SEAT will be showing this week at Geneva Motor Show .
F inally, after several small fragments of image shown in recent days by way of advancement, SEAT showed all images that let you see today full body which will be the next big thing that will be taking this week Geneva Motor Show .
This is a prototype strokes ahead of what will be the first SUV from the Spanish brand and forms based on an evolution of the prototype IBX Concept shown some years ago. The curious name chosen is 20v20 SEAT Concept features an exterior aesthetics similar to several of the latest products of the brand appearance.
The front features a triangular headlights format that hide some Full LED headlights , a grill with chrome accents and a bumper that integrates two air intakes and a second large lower grille. Laterally combines straight lines with curved lines that shape their bulging wheel arches, which gives the set a muscular appearance.
On the posterior format of triangular headlights , a bumper that integrates a kind of similar to the front, a diffuser in the lower area grid and dual outlet exhaust is repeated one on each side of the body. While the tilted C-pillar frames a rear window on top that accommodates discreet spoiler .
Inside a futuristic air breathes with digital instrument panel configurable by the user, much like the latest products VAG group.
In the center boasts one huge touchscreen integrated the whole very harmoniously, while some commands also seem borrowed from other products group, such as climate control commands incorporating indicators within the same command as in the latest version of the Audi TT.
The interior of the prototype is configured with five individual seats, although the production version probably is offered as an optional.
The SEAT 20v20 will be offered when it hits dealerships with proponents of TSI and TDI line, although the brand was not too specific about it, so we have to wait at the Geneva Motor Show opens its doors in just hours.