Seat creates Mii Vibora Negra especially for the UK

Article by Christian Andrei, on July 12, 2012

Seat is unveiling the Vibora Negra edition after just a month has passed after the Mii city car started selling in the UK. The Vibora Negra, the Spanish term for black viper, is the ultimate Mii iteration. It comes with a full range of personalization accessories for the model. It also marks the start of a series of planned customization packs.

The Mii already has a stunning appearance but it’s brought to a new level with its new range of visual accessories. The Vibora Negra pack converts the Mii into being one of the most prominent, visually bold and sportiest city cars presently available, lending it the spirit of Seat's most potent FR and Cupra models.

All of these features can each be ordered but there’s a 10% discount when the pack is ordered complete, representing savings of about £160. When VAT and fitting costs are included, the total cost of the Vibora Negra pack is at £1,628 with 14-inch wheels or £1,740 with 15-inch wheels. It could be purchased from franchised Seat dealerships.

According to Malcolm Allison, Aftersales Product Manager for Seat UK, the Vibora Negra pack has all the sportiness of the Mii but at the same time, it reveals the extensive customisation potential of the car. Only UK buyers can get the Vibora Negra pack, which arrived shortly after the Mii FR concept, which was seen at the 2012 Worthersee festival in Austria.

What buyers will be getting when they sign up for the upgrades is a car that has a very similar appearance to the concept. The entry-level S model of the Seat Mii range is priced at £7,845 RRP OTR, which means that a Vibora Negra can be priced for slightly below £9,500.

The complete Vibora Negra pack is compatible with any Mii, from entry level S to range-topping Sport, and comprises: Black Vibora Negra twin stripes (bonnet, roof and tailgate); Black Vibora Negra side stripes; Black 14- or 15-inch alloy wheels; Black tailgate spoiler; Black side skirts; Black mirror caps; Black gloss gear knob; Black chequered dashboard decal.

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