Seat Arona is a small SUV based on the Ibiza; expected to make debut later this year
Seat Ibiza based small SUV Arona is all set to make its debut later this year and ahead of the official unveiling, the car’s images have leaked online giving us a clear preview of the stylish vehicle. The images have been retrieved from the software that is to be used in the small SUV’s touchscreen infotainment system.
The small SUv comes drawing design inspiration from the Seat Ibiza and it shares several components with the supermini. It appears with pretty chiseled lines delivering a sharp and sporty look. It gets sharp triangular signature Seat headlamps with integrated triangular LED daytime running lights. The front grille gets chrome trim and sports aggressive mesh design. The front bumper looks chunky and muscular with large air intake, neatly positioned fog lamps at the black housing and skid plate.
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At the side profile, the Seat Arona comes with sporty black alloy wheels, sharp and crisp character lines, thin black body cladding, dual-tone exterior paint scheme, turn indicator integrated ORVMs and sporty roof rail. The rear gets an integrated roof spoiler, triangular shaped wraparound LED taillights, muscular bumper and a skid plate alongside dual exhaust system. Overall, the SUV comes very appealing looking with its fresh design language.
The interior of the Seat Arona is expected to come very upmarket and stylish. It is likely to get a black sporty theme and there will be a multi-function steering wheel, an instrument cluster consisting analog and digital display. The centre console will get a touchscreen infotainment system sporting various connectivity options. In terms of space and comfort too it is expected to come pretty interesting.
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On the powertrain front, the Seat Arona would arrive powered by engines sourced from the Ibiza. In that case, it would get a 1.0-litre TSI petrol engine capable of churning out power output in two different state of tune, which are 95 PS and 115 PS. Also, there could be a 1.5-litre TSI petrol engine and a 1.6-litre TDI diesel engine as well.