The new generation of the Seat Toledo has been officially presented to the public for the first time at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
After being previewed earlier this year during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March, where the Spanish based automaker has brought it as a concept, the company has finally pulled the wraps off the production version during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The new Seat Leon is 4.48 meters long, 4cm longer than the second generation and its future owners will have to choose between the 1.2 liter TSI petrol with 75 HP, the 1.4 liter TSI petrol with 122 HP and the 1.6 liter diesel engine, developing 105 HP. A 90 HP diesel unit will be introduced later on.
The 2013 Seat Leon is sharing the same platform with the Skoda Rapid and the main difference between the two models can be seen in the front fascia, where the Spanish model is adopting the same lines as the new Ibiza while the Rapid is going through a change which will eventually be adopted onto the other models in the company’s lineup. Additional details on the 2013 Seat Toledo are limited for the moment and will be announced close to the model’s launch.