The Seat Toledo was produced between 1991 and 2009 and during this period, there were three different generations offered. Now the car is preparing to make a comeback with its first concept version unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The production version will arrive later in 2012.
The new generation Toledo will be defined by a new style language, with a powerful and solid stance, clear and precisely-executed surfaces and lines, and with the new headlamp form that is a signature feature of Seat’s new design DNA.
At the front, the concept features the company’s usual trapezoidal grille, large air inlet beneath the bumper, new headlamps with a pentagonal form, and chromed "wing" between the main headlamp and daytime running light. On the concept’s side, you will immediately notice a clean edge runs from the headlamps across the shoulders to the rear lights and the area around the sills and the roofline that carves an elegant arc all the way to the powerful breadth of the C-pillar.
Everything on the interior has been designed in order to help the driver: the instrument dials feature a clean design and the center console houses the audio and climate controls. You will also notice leather seats and leather cladding on the cockpit and doors.