SEAT prepares its ticket for the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show with a teaser of a concept they plan to debut.
With the Frankfurt Auto Show less than a month away, SEAT has announced plans to not only attend the event, but has released an image of the concept the Spanish automaker plans to unveil. Information remains very limited for now, but what is known about the upcoming SEAT model is that it will be a sedan. If the rumors for the upcoming debut prove true, the concept should emphasize the styling of the next-generation Toledo, which would also provide the foundation for the next Leon.
The third generation SEAT Toledo officially made its debut back in 2004 as a concept called the Toledo Prototipo at the Madrid Motor Show. Not long after, the production-ready model made its way to Paris. If the rumors are true, SEAT will most likely launch the production version of the new Toledo at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 2012. Sales will likely begin shortly after the Swiss debut. Just days ago, coincidently, SEAT also revealed the refreshed 2012 Exeo sedan.