The Spanish based automaker Seat has just revealed the facelifted version of the new Ibiza model, announcing that it will be officially presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
The “new generation” of the Seat Ibiza will have to find its place in the large Volkswagen family and the mother brand isn’t in a hurry to reveal details about it, not yet anyway, because the model will be officially presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, which will open its gates in March. As you can see from the images posted in the gallery below, the Seat Ibiza facelift doesn’t have too many exterior changes, with its grille being widened, the LED lights or the new set of alloy wheels.
Seat says that the facelift will be available for all three body styles of the Ibiza, starting with the thee-door, going to the five-door and ending with the ST wagon version. A total of seven engines will be available, on the Seat Ibiza facelift, in Europe, which have been also fitted with the start / stop technology. Sadly this is all we now about the 2012 Seat Ibiza facelift but more details about it will be announced once the model will debut at the Geneva Motor Show this year.