Seat 20V20 crossover concept detailed in Geneva
Seat 20V20 crossover concept, with new styling and craftsmanship as described by Seat boss Jürgen Stackman is being showcased at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Seat 20V20 crossover concept, the four door coupe, receives its name from the Spanish ‘vision viente viente’, or 20:20 vision and points to the future of Seat’s design language. In concept format, the Seat 20V20 crossover concept measures 4,660mm in length, sits on a wheelbase measuring 2,790mm and receives ground clearance of 228mm. Luggage space is at 600 liters and the boot features a pair of luggage trolleys under the floor along with a Personal Mover which is an electric scooter like vehicle to take luggage from boot to destination. The crossover is based on VW’s MQB platform.
Interiors will see a centrally mounted touchscreen blending into the instrument cluster while air conditioning vents are large and a single horizontal unit stretching from end to end. The rear passenger segment is dominated by two individual rear seats while storage compartment receives a number of smaller compartments.
Both petrol and diesel engine options along with a plug-in hybrid will be offered on board the Seat 20V20 crossover concept which will be mated to a DSG gearbox sending power to all wheels. To seat up to 5 adults, it features a host of safety and driver assistance features. Launch of the Seat 20V20 crossover concept’s production version is slated for sometime in 2016. It will be produced in Czech Republic by Skoda Auto.