Seat introducing the production version of the Seat Ibiza Bocanegra at the Barcelona International Auto Salon. After it was first shown as a concept at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, the Ibiza Bocanegra got a fitting curtain call on Seat’s home grass.
For exterior, you immediately note the blacked-out portions of the front fascia, abundant, headlights, and honeycomb interlock fence. It’s the blackened front end that garnered the “Bocanegra” name. Translated as “black orifice,” the car is a bit of a praise to the Seat 1200 Sport Bocanegra. Basing on the Fiat 127, but with a superior engine, the 1200 Sport was created over a five-year epoch.
A twin powered the tailgate-electric 1.4-liter TSI engine, that can be tuned to both 150 or 180 horsepower. The business claims the engine performs well while maintaining “exceptional economical.” Once behind the veer, the driver gearshift the seven-momentum DSG gearbox with the paddle-shifters on the steering turn.
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Fog lamps are built into a non-black portion of the oversized copious. Follow the shape back to the burly veer arches to find the 17-shuffle Sira alloys. The car also gets a gloomy sunroof and rear opening, and black wall-mirror casings. The guests are also proud of the car’s rear end, which incorporates lattice part grids, and a spoiler. Bocanegra badging is featured blank focus on the highlight.
The Bocanegra’s interior has also been upgraded with sport seats upholstered in a special fabric made up of rhomboids stitched together in red. Black shear contrasts well with the red cover, tinny touches, and aluminum reins. A squared-off three-spar steering controls also has the “B” logo, this time in aluminum.
And UK drivers get prompt: a Seat Ibiza Bocanegra will also be free as a right-hand-push. The Ibiza Bocanegra in both 150HP and 180HP versions will hit European showrooms in summer.