2019 Seat Leon. Next generation Seat Leon range to fix before 2019 release – and we have details. In addition to two electric vehicles are also on the road Seat compact to take advantage of the success of the Attica SUV by unveiling a new generation of Seat Leon hatchback over the next 18 months, Auto Express can reveal. Being in showrooms in the first half of 2019, the new Seat Leon is part of a major product from Seat – the most intense in introducing new or significantly modified models in the history of the Spanish company.
The next generation of 2019 Seat Leon will continue to be based on the Vu Group platform technology, which is the same chassis that supports the current vehicle as Skoda Octavia and Foo Golf. However, we can expect Seat to expand the Seat Leon wheelbase by a few millimeters in an effort to enhance the rear cabin space. Details about the 2019 Seat Leon are currently a little thin on the floor, but the design is likely not going to be very different from the current car.
In the front, the new car still has a sharp design that sets Seat Leon apart from the cousin of Volkswagen Golf, which shares the same parts. The upper grid is likely to be wider and less surface, while the lower grid gets an angular design with carved air vents. Throughout the back, the widest wheel bows are expected to be full. Sport and Cobra models will feature larger exhaust pipes and more powerful bumpers.
Like the design, we expect the interior to be very similar to the current car. The design of Seat will make the interior more sporty than golf, but it should feel much more modern and interesting than the car on sale now. However, the new entertainment information system and enhanced touch screen will take pride in their place to help the dashboard look neat and stylish.
Seat Leon will be Seat Leon larger than the current car, suggesting it will be more leg and height – although the current model is not missing in these departments. The boot space should also be improved over the 380 liters currently offered, and should have a more practical shape and less flange load to transport more heavy materials.
The engine range will consist of 1.0 and 1.5 liters of gasoline pinched from the golf line, as well as a 1.6 liter diesel. The diesel is likely to remain current 2.0 liters – it has more power than any 2019 Seat Leon except Cobra, and is good to pull. It is illegal to supply 1.8-liter 1.8-liter gasoline in 2019 because it has not proved to be a popular choice yet. Instead, there will be a version of the hybrids available from the launch that will use the Gt Golf Basics, and in time there could be a light hybrid model with a 48V electric system to enable the engine to turn off when you’re re-casting.
Beginner cars will start from about £18,000 and go up to about £32,000 for a scorching-scale cobra. The new 2019 Seat Leon is expected in the showrooms before the summer of 2019, and will not be too far from the current model prices.