2017 seat Arona has a small SUV and winter testing spied ahead of expected public debut at the IAA in Frankfurt in September and a launch at the end of the year.
Little can be seen under the Arona is difficult to disguise, but some of the Details of the head-and tail-lights, including the one of Ateca-like geometric LED design on the back.
The Arona has a smoother design than the square Ateca, although this test car’s camouflage to disguise some of the sharper folds.
The Arona is scheduled for release a few months after the new Ibiza, and is likely to share style elements with the supermini and the Ateca design is derived from the Leon.
Such as Ateca, the Arona is a off-road get-friendly X-Perience trim level, and is very likely to get four-wheel-drive in this variant, as well as on the upper trim levels.
To share the Ateca share engines with the middle of Leon, the Arona is not expected, motors and bases with the smaller Ibiza hatchback.
According to a Seat-speaker, the Ibiza, the Leon and Ateca and the other three “pillars” of the seat”, which means that the Arona, the complete seat – core product line-up.
It is not yet known whether the Arona is a hot Cupra version as the rest of the Seat range, but the spec levels are almost follow for sure, the rest of the series, with Xcellence trim at the top and SE as the entry-level choice. A Seat spokesman not comment, but.
We expect that the Arona costs of around 16,000 euros, if you are set free, which is a premium of over £3000 on Ibiza, pricing it competitively with the Nissan Juke and other small SUV rivals.