The Spanish based automaker Seat is currently planning a double celebration of the popular Ibiza with 5 million models produced and with the 30th anniversary of the vehicle.
Seat will be planning a double celebration of the Ibiza as no less than 5 million units have been created over the course of 30 years. The company will be celebrating the two events during the 2014 Paris Motor Show, which will be officially opening its gates for the media tomorrow, the 2nd of October, 2014. A special edition of the model is expected here, which should pay tribute to the first generation of the popular car.
The Seat Ibiza has been introduced back in 1984. The model has a front-engine and front-wheel drive layout and it is currently the company’s best-selling car. The Ibiza was first shown at the Paris Motor Show and it is the first car developed by Seat as an independent company. The vehicle has been produced in four generations, with the newest one coming in 2008 and being offered in three body styles, 3-door hatchback, 5-door hatchback and 5-door estate. The model is related to the Polo Mk5 and it has an engine lineup made out of four units and two transmissions.