Sunday , December 17 2017
Home / News / Do you imagine a Seat based on the Audi A5 coupé?

Do you imagine a Seat based on the Audi A5 coupé?

Render Seat coupé

2016 and 2017 are two very important years for the future medium-term Seat. In 2016 Martorell firm began marketing the Ateca Seat, the first SUV from the company, a car that should have come several years before but that, at the end, and after all, better late than never. In 2017 will be marketing the fifth generation of one of the most important models in its history, the Seat Ibiza, and also a new B-SUV called Seat Arona.

These three cars next to the Seat Leon form a very powerful team, which likely will get to bring new customers to the Spanish brand. Remember that until less than a year ago, Seat lived practically the Ibiza and the lion, two models that are very sold but finally and after are only two models. Therefore, we hope that with four focused relatively to different audiences car sales figures will improve even more.

Render Seat cabrio

It seems that the designer X-Tomi Design has wanted to see a new Member in the range of models of the Spanish firm, and that to Seat new offensive is not short. X-Tomi has dared to design a very passionate model that seems to derive from the Audi A5 Coupe. Seat does not currently have any car of similar aesthetics and is apparently have plans of venturing into this market where the generalist brands have little to do against the premium.

He designer has caught the silhouette of the Audi A5 and has gone integrating them elements and features usual of them models of Seat as, for example, them headlights of LED with that form triangular in the light daytime, the calandra, the form low of the bumper, them mirrors foreign and them usual rims of profile low used in the Seat Leon Cupra. But not only has become a model coupé, but that it has also made an image of how it would be a convertible variant.

You can forget, will not see a Seat Coupe in this style.

Source – Design X-Tomi

Check Also

Ducati-sede-Volkswagen-830x460

Volkswagen AG could be thinking in getting rid of Ducati

Large auto groups are thinking how can grow to be more competitive and save money …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *