The sports version of the fastback saloon launched two years previously.
Derived from the Ibiza, of which it maintained the front part and the doors. This fastback saloon measured more than 4 m in length
After nine years, a hatchback for Seat’s new European drive.
This was the first saloon designed and built by Seat after joining the Volkswagen Group, which took place in 1991.
Compact, aerodynamic, MPV-like: this car, developed with Seat, heralded certain motifs of the future segment C car that would give rise to the new Ibiza.
This car, developed in conjunction with Seat, was the proposed future mid-range car for the Spanish manufacturer: it entered production in 1991 as the Seat Toledo.