The Spanish based automaker Seat has just changed its logo and the new one will be premiered on the 2013 Leon, which will debut in September during the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
After the new generation of the Seat Leon has received a first presentation video, following some leaked images over the web, which were revealing the model from just about every angle, the hatchback is once again placed into the spotlights, this time with the car manufacturer debuting the new logo onto its body. The company is saying that the 2013 Seat Leon will be the first model to get the new logo and its official presentation will be made at the Paris Motor Show in September.
The 2013 Seat Leon is rumored to get a variety of engines under its hood, including the EA211petrol and the A288 diesel, and even if this might sound crazy, a plug-in hybrid is also expected to make its way onto the market eventually. Just like just about any vehicle developed by Volkswagen these days, the new Seat Leon generation will ride on the same MQB platform which was first seen on the new Audi A3 in Geneva earlier this year and also the same one which will underpin the future VW Golf. More details on the 2013 Seat Leon will be announced soon.