Seat’s display at the ongoing Wörthersee tuning festival centers on the close-to-production Ibiza Cupra Concept, representing the next generation Seat vehicles that carry the brand's new visual identity. From the Auto China Show in Beijing to the Wörthersee tuning festival in Reifnitz, Austria, the Ibiza Cupra Concept never failed to attract attention from curious onlookers.
Who would not be attracted to this concept that features a Spice Yellow finish contrasted by black exterior mirrors and 17-inch alloy wheels as well as red brake callipers that are visible on the spokes? The Ibiza Cupra Concept also features a large trapezoidal lower air intake that highlights its breadth and angular lines on the headlamps that underlines Seat's new design philosophy.
One Ibiza and one Leon, each painted in Nevada white, showcase in their designs a variety of Seat accessory options. The concept is powered by 1.4 TSI engine that could produce up to 180 PS. The Ibiza FR currently being showcased in Reifnitz sports black 17-inch wheels , polished silver exterior mirrors, red brake callipers painted in red, and an enlarged rear spoiler.
The interior of the Ibiza FR is dominated by red accents. The Leon Cupra R carries a stylish look thanks to glossy black rims that perfectly contrast the car’s ice-white finish. Like the Ibiza FR, the Leon Cupra R also sports red brake calipers that sits behinds each alloy wheel and visible through the spokes.
The inside of the Leon Cupra is dominated by piano black lacquer trim inserts that gives it a sporty looks and feel.