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Zwei Erfolgstypen: Kompakt, zeitgemäß, flottentauglich

Spain in the 1980s. SEAT launched a car which went on to become a best-seller (and an important pillar for the Spanish brand): the Ibiza. A true classic that has now been given an attractive update. Just like another success story in the recent history of the company – the SEAT Arona. The CUV is now in its second generation and looks set to continue its enormous success. To date, more than 350,000 vehicles have been sold and delivered around the world. Both small cars are suitable for a range of fleet scenarios – for example in vehicle pools but also as user chooser models. Users benefit from numerous visual and technical improvements:

SEAT Ibiza

SEAT Ibiza
Optional equipment. Vehicle shown may deviate from the actual series product.
  • New design and eco-LED headlights as standard
  • Modern, digital interior with larger infotainment system
  • Mobile services and voice recognition on board
  • Latest driver assist systems and a wide range of engines

Find out more about the new SEAT Ibiza


SEAT Arona

SEAT Arona
Optional equipment. Vehicle shown may deviate from the actual series product.
  • Design update underlines offroad character
  • Interior with modern digital operating concept and floating display
  • Wireless access to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, new voice recognition
  • New driver assist systems and five different engines

 Find out more about the new SEAT Arona

Status: 01.09.2021

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