The future generation of the Seat Leon FR has recently leaked all over the web in an image which appears to be taken at the company’s development centers.
While the Spanish based automaker Seat is currently keeping the future Leon FR into the shadows, working on the hatchback intensely, the guys at the which will wear the 2013 model year in its name, which basically means that it will finally hit the market sometimes this year, with a possible debut during the 2012 Paris Motor Show in September.
The 2013 Seat Leon FR has leaked revealing its rear end, with a sharper design from the soft curves, slender taillights, a roof-mounted spoiler and a prominent black fascia. A variety of engines are expected to go under the hood of the 2013 Seat Leon, including the EA288 diesel or the EA211 petrol. The future generation of the Seat Leon will be based on the new Volkswagen MQB platform, the same one which is also underpinning the Golf VII, and the same one which made its public debut with the new generation of the Audi A3, back in March during the Geneva Motor Show.