Seat has announced it will offer a styling pack for its Mii city car a month after the car went on sale
12 July 2012

Seat has unveiled a styling pack for its Mii city car. Equipment in the Vibora Negra pack is available separately, or as a complete package, and can be fitted to any model in the Seat Mii range.

The pack is inspired by Seat’s FR and Cupra models, as well as the Seat Mii FR concept, shown at the Wörthersee Festival earlier this year. 

The Vibora Negra pack features a range of external and internal styling parts, including a bodykit, vinyl stripes, alloy wheels, gear knob and chequered dashboard decals.

The pack costs £1,628 with 14-inch alloy wheels, or £1,740 with 15s, meaning the entry-level Mii S can be specified with the full pack for less than £9,500.

Daniel Puddicombe

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12 July 2012

Looks good to me, and very good value.

12 July 2012

Gives it a bit more edge... though I did initially mis-read it as the Viagra pack

12 July 2012

"Black Viper"? Interesting choice of name, though I can't help but think it would suit a more powerful variant of the Mii (like the Ibiza Bocanegra, which is a Cupra with a "Black Mouth"). Still, gives the little Mii a bit more visual punch.

12 July 2012

The Up could do with something like this to stop it from being such a wet weekend.

12 July 2012

I see what SEAT are trying to do here, however I think that the decals on the dashboard look plain horrific, as does the attempt at a black stripe down the side. As for the viper stripes, they don't even meet the edge of the grille. And black wheels would be fine if they'd bothered to colour the centre caps, too.

Hmm. 

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12 July 2012

Mini1 wrote:

I see what SEAT are trying to do here, however I think that the decals on the dashboard look plain horrific, as does the attempt at a black stripe down the side. As for the viper stripes, they don't even meet the edge of the grille. And black wheels would be fine if they'd bothered to colour the centre caps, too.

Hmm. 

I think this looks pretty home-made, the sort of thing some people do to older cars to tart them up a bit.

12 July 2012

I think the Mii suits this better: http://www.autotrader.co.uk/used-cars/seat/mii/used-seat-mii-brentford-fpa-201228478398877 - now it's been a while since we last saw plain steel wheels on a value car! Refreshing to see them back, actually!

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12 July 2012

what this car actually requires is a modern engine, perhaps the 89bhp version of the 1.2tsi..........

12 July 2012

Shows they are getting desperate already. This is the weakest car of the three and doesn't really offer a USP over the Citigo and UP, can pretty much guarantee it will have the lowest sales figures. 

12 July 2012

J400uk wrote:

Shows they are getting desperate already. This is the weakest car of the three and doesn't really offer a USP over the Citigo and UP, can pretty much guarantee it will have the lowest sales figures. 

I see what you mean - the trim levels don't represent as good value for money as the Citigo (which I still think is fantastic), but I think it's quite a nice looking little thing. Of course the other downside is the dealers and the confusing state that SEAT, as a brand, are in. For me, the winner in these triplets is still the Citigo.

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