Seat has realeased more images of its Ibiza SportCoupe
30 June 2008

Seat has released more pictures of its forthcoming Ibiza SportCoupe before its public unveiling at this year’s British motor show. The baby Seat differs mildly to its five-door brethren, which Autocar drove back in May this year, featuring a lowered headline, lowered headlights and repositioned grille.There’s still no confirmation on what engines will make up the range, but expect to see the usual complement of 1.2, 14, and 1.6-litre petrol (with optional seven-speed DSG gearbox) and 1.4-litre common-rail engines.The Spanish automaker has confirmed that sales of the new Ibiza SportCoupe will begin before the end of the year.Autocar will be driving the Ibiza SportCoupe on Thursday 3 July so click back to for definitive verdict on Seat’s new hatchback.

Ian Tonkin

Our Verdict

Seat Ibiza

The Seat Ibiza is good looking, well-priced and spacious supermini that doesn’t quite live up to Seat’s sporty image

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