You can see it in the image: Already 5 million Seat Ibiza have been produced. It shows the slow separation of Fiat technology and the turn to VW with a pinch of Porsche, and one likes to point to. Since the subsidiary can already access the complete VW technology since the second-generation Ibiza, should there be no obstacle for a success. This may indeed apply in the small car segment in the face of these production figures, but in total this is (still) not valid for Seat.
The Ibiza has truly enough competitors, in addition the Polo and Fabia within the own Group. Efforts are made to find buyers, e.g. with the special model i-Tech in 2013. It includes with a price advantage of more than 1300 euros extras and is available in all variations. We use the images of the i-Tech above, to visualise us once again the form after the facelift in 2012.
The styling needs not to hide behind the of the Polo and even of the latest Fabia, especially the Cup-Racing version that appears even a little more sophisticated. The model year 2015 brings to it not only a racy, but also highly efficient engine, e.g. with ActiveCylinder Management and start-stop, respectively recuperation.
The Formula-Racing version (image) benefits from the inevitable red brake callipers and the entire Ibiza series from the additionally to order reversing camera. Furthermore, one has the choice between seven petrol and four diesel engines. Too bad that the Ibiza is always the first with the novelties, and so, for example, hitherto missed the new larger diesel three-cylinder.