The new Seat Ibiza 30th Anniversary Edition is getting detailed by the Spanish based automaker, almost three decades since the original model was introduced.
Originally unveiled back in 1984 during the Paris Motor Show, the first generation of the Seat Ibiza is now celebrated by the company with the Ibiza 30th Anniversary Edition. The model in question is only offered in a 3-door SC body style and it’s based on the Style trim level, coming in with a color choice which includes the Emocion Red, the Technic Grey and the Balea Beige.
Seat has equipped the small hatchback with the commemorative logo which has been placed on the B-pillar and on the rear windscreen, with a blackened front grille, with black side mirror housings, with xenon headlights, LED taillights and 17-inch black alloy wheels. The cabin has received Alcantara upholstery with beige stitching, the custom floor mats and key fob, the rearview camera, which is a first for the Ibiza, the leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob and some other minor tweaks. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet and it will be made public towards the end of the year, when the model will go on sale.