Seat will unveil revised Exeo and Exeo ST estate models fitted with the new continuously variable multitronic gearbox at the Paris motor show.
The gearbox will be mated to the 141bhp 2.0 TDI common rail diesel injection engine which Seat claims will allow both models to achieve a combined fuel consumption figure of 48.7 mpg.
The multitronic gearbox works with continuously variable ratios and has both a manual mode controlled by steering wheel shift paddles and a sport mode.
Seat will also unveil changes to the Exeo range including revisions to the front seat and rear bench designs, and the addition of new rear lights featuring LED technology.
The redesigned front seats and rear bench has increased room in the back by 44mm.
Full details of the revised cars’ availability in the UK will be announced closer to their on-sale date.