2012 Geneva Motor Show

March 2, 2012 by staff 

2012 Geneva Motor Show, SEAT will officially unveil the new Toledo at the Geneva Motor Show next week with the model returning to a more conventional saloon shape following the MPV look of the previous generation model which went off sale in 2009.

The mid-sized Toledo is around 4.5 metres long which is similar in size to a Skoda Octavia but SEAT is obviously aware that in the UK smaller saloons aren’t very popular. So instead of a conventional boot, the new model has a hatchback style tailgate, like the original Toledo. This means it should be practical and with a 500-litre boot, it can carry far more than a Ford Focus or Vauxhall Astra. The rear seats fold down too for even more space.

The car that will be unveiled at Geneva is officially a concept but the new Toledo will go on sale by the end of 2012 and will look pretty much identical to the pictures above. The interior follows on from the latest SEAT models with a similar look plus features such as the extensive use of piano black finish giving it a more upmarket feel.

The exterior styling is far more angular than current SEAT models and you can expect to see a similar look on the new Leon which is due in 2013. SEAT is also planning to launch a new crossover, based on the same platform as the Audi Q3, although nothing concrete has been confirmed.

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