Seat Tango concept has been presented in 2002, at Frankfurt Motor Show. Now, Seat is considering puting this car into production if commerciably viable.

The Tango roadster will to use a version of the next-generation Ibiza platform. With front-wheel-drive and a basis in a supermini, the Tango would have similarities with Ford’s StreetKa cabrio.

Chief designer Luc Donkervolke has said that he wants Seat to become a "design-driven brand". A production version of the Tango would certainly help achieve that aim.

Seat is also considering an “assessing Toledo” with plans to replace the low-volume family car with a pseudo-4x4, similar to the new Nissan Qashqai.

Source: AutoCar

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