The new generation of the Seat Toledo has recently leaked over the web, revealing a design very similar to the production version of the Skoda Rapid.
The Spanish based automaker Seat is currently keeping the new Toledo generation into the shadows for the moment but thanks to a Belgian website, we now know how the vehicle will look like. As it was expected since the Skoda MissionL was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year, the new generation of the Seat Toledo is indeed keeping the lines of its Czech “brother”, the Skoda Rapid, and, judging by its size, the model will be placed between the C and the D segments, going further away from the “MPV” style adopted in the past.
The Seat Toledo in its new generation has been previewed by the concept car with the same name, which was officially presented to the public earlier this year, during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March. Seat was saying, back then, that the Toledo Concept has been developed through the IBE, IBX and IBL concept cars, and just as promised, the final production version will hit the market in about 12 months since it was presented in Switzerland. More details on the Seat Toledo Concept can be found here.