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SEAT Celebrates 40 Years of the Ibiza With Anniversary Edition

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SEAT Celebrates 40 Years of the Ibiza With Anniversary Edition

The iconic SEAT Ibiza celebrates its 40th anniversay this year, having sold over 6 millions units since its introduction in 1984. 

  • SEAT is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Ibiza, the brand's most iconic model, with a special 'Anniversary' limited edition.

    First introduced in 1984, the Ibiza was a turning point for the brand, having now sold over six million units over five generations. It was the first SEAT vehicle developed by the brand without the assistance of a technological partner. Instead, they used the expertise of Giorgetto Giugiaro for the exterior design, Karmann for the interior design and Porsche for the powertrain. 

     

    “The success of the iconic Ibiza meant that some countries recognised the vehicle even before the brand! The SEAT brand currently has the best product range in its history and is now stronger than ever. With the challenge of sourcing semiconductors normalising, sales have grown 24% in 2023, reaching 288,400 cars delivered.”

    - Wayne Griffiths. SEAT CEO

     

    The SEAT Ibiza Anniversary Limited Edition will feature a selection of additional design elements as well as a host of new equipment. 

    The model will be available in an exclusive Graphene Grey colour with Cosmo Grey 18" alloy wheels. It will also feature a lasered 'Anniversary Limited Edition' logo on the car's B-pillar. 

    Inside, new textile bucket seats provide added comfort and dynamics. A new Dark alluminium matt finish on the door and console creates a more executive feel throughout the cabin, with a lasered 'Anniversary Limited Edition' logo on the doorstep.

    The Anniversary Limited Edition Ibiza will be available to order from Q1 2024, with pricing and full UK specification to follow soon. 

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Laura
Digital Directorat WillCreate Ltd
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