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In the renewed Seat Ibiza you now have to shout ‘hola hola’

It’s facelift day at Seat today. Earlier we saw the updated Seat Arona pass by and now it is the turn of the Seat Ibiza. The exterior changes are not as great as with the Arona. In fact, it looks like the Seat designers have skipped the Ibiza’s exterior. The lighting is now standard LED and the type designation is now written in curly letters on the tailgate. And that was it …

Seat Ibiza also has ‘separate’ infotainment screen

In the interior, the changes are much clearer. Seat has improved the materials and adjusted the location of the infotainment screen. Previously that was – just like with the Arona – integrated in the center console, but now it is ‘loose’. The smallest available display is 8.25 inches. If you add a little more money, then you go to a 9.20 inch copy.

Take your pick: tap and swipe or shout ‘hola hola’

And as said: if you want the infotainment system to do something, you can just shout ‘hola hola’. An act that undoubtedly makes you a little embarrassed every time. Because who says ‘hola hola’ to his car? Either way, you can also just tap the touchscreen if you want to enter something. The system also supports Android Auto and Apple Carplay.

Gasoline engines with 80 hp, 95 hp or 110 hp

At the front everything remains the same. A 1.0 MPI petrol engine with 80 hp is available, as well as a 1.0 TSI with 95 hp or 110 hp. The latter there is optional with a seven-speed DSG transmission. A manual five-speed gearbox is standard. The prices of the renewed Seat Ibiza are not yet known. These will be announced before the launch in the summer.

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