SEAT Toledo Concept revealed ahead of Geneva debut image

The Toledo Concept has been recently revealed by the Spanish based automaker SEAT, ahead of its official debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show on the 6th of March.

After being initially just a name on a paper between other models which will make their appearance at the Geneva Motor Show next week, SEAT has taken a step forward and has revealed the Toledo Concept car, without choosing to tease it first. Even if this might not come as a surprise, considering the Toledo name, its size and the fact that SEAT is run by Volkswagen for quite a few years, we will tell you that this concept is actually based on the Jetta, and what we can see in the images below is what we will get in the production version.

According to the car manufacturer, the SEAT Toledo Concept has been made using the IBL, IBX and IBE concept cars, and the model has a total length of 4.48 meters, being able to seat five people while still having 500 liters available in the luggage compartment. Technical details on the SEAT Toledo Concept will be released at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, on the 6th of March, when the model will be officially presented to the public.