The Spanish based automaker SEAT has recently presented the Toledo Concept during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
After the Volkswagen sub-brand has announced that the Toledo Concept will be officially presented to the public during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the model has finally made its world debut, and there is no doubt that we are looking at a future production version. Even if SEAT has officially presented the Toledo Concept at the Swiss automotive event, the car manufacturer still didn’t announce any technical details on the model, but considering the fact that the vehicle is actually made on the same platform as the VW Jetta, we should expect to see up to six petrol and diesel engine options available when the model will be launched.
According to the Spanish based car manufacturer, the SEAT Toledo Concept has been developed through the IBE, IBX and IBL concept cars and as you can see from the images posted below, its design is starting with a trapezoidal-shaped honeycomb mesh grille, which is sitting abobe a large air inlet, being flanked by the headlights. The production version of the SEAT Toledo Concept is expected to hit the dealerships in the next 12 months, and more details on the model will be announced close to its launch.