The Spanish based automaker Seat has recently released a new presentation video with the 2013 Leon SC, showing the three-door version being tested in cold weather in the Arctic Circle.
After it was officially presented to the public in a premiere just last week, during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the new generation of the three-door Seat Leon, named the SC, is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker releasing yet another video with the model. The footage posted below is showing the 2013 Seat Leon SC being tested in the Arctic Circle, in cold weather, so you shouldn’t get too worried on starting its engine if you don’t have any battery problems.
The 2013 Seat Leon SC is 4.23 meters long and it’s riding on a 35 mm shorter wheelbase than its five-door brother. The model has been inspired by the IBE, IBL and IBX concept cars and it has the same suspension system used on the regular Leon, along with the same engine lineup, which includes units ranging between 1.2 L and 2.0 L with outputs varying between 105 HP (77 kW) and 184 HP (135 kW). Seat will also launch an ST Estate later on this year and then all three body styles will get Cupra versions.