The Ateca X-Perience, which was revealed at the Paris motor show earlier this year, gained 18in wheels with high-profile tyres, scratch resistant matte green paint and black body cladding, as well as orange highlights across the exterior and interior. It will also have a four-wheel drive system already found on high-end Ateca versions.
The Arona X-Perience is expected to gain the same features, grafted onto the model’s smaller package. We expect the Ateca X-Perience to be priced at around £1000 above the top-spec Ateca Xcellence trim, so the same premium is likely for the Arona X-Perience, which is also expected to feature the range-topping Xcellence trim, given Seat’s extension of the Xcellence badge to the Leon.
Talking about the Ateca X-Perience, Seat’s research and development vice president, Matthias Rabe, said: “The X-Perience is an exercise to show the Ateca family’s possibilities and potential in the future.