SEAT IBL Concept Heading To Frankfurt


This leaked image is most likely the upcoming SEAT IBL Concept that will have its official premiere at Frankfurt.

Volkswagen's SEAT division will be unveiling their new concept, called the IBL, at the Frankfurt teAuto Show later this week. We already knew the Spanish-based automaker would be premiering their 2012 Exeo at the event, but we have no other details regarding the IBL Concept other than this somewhat grainy leaked image. About two weeks ago the automaker released a covered teaser shot of what we presume to be the IBL.

At the time, SEAT was giving strong hints that this concept will be previewing the upcoming generation of the Toledo sedan. If this is indeed the case, we'll likely be seeing the production version of the new Toledo, which will underpin the next Leon, at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. In the meantime, we'll have more details in just a few days from Frankfurt.

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