The 2015 Geneva Motor Show has commenced and manufacturers are showcasing their show stoppers. Seat has also revealed its crossover concept at the biggest motor show event. The Spanish automobile manufacturer has christened its concept the ‘20V20'.
The 20V20 is based on Volkswagen's MQB platform and Seat has developed a crossover from it. As the name suggests, this vehicle will be seen on roads around the world in 2020. The name of this concept has been derived from 20:20 vision, which also means clear vision.
Jurgen Stackmann, Seat President, commented, "The 20V20 shows our ambition, it is our guiding star and the lighthouse for our development for the coming five-year period. Seat will be applying the winning Leon product formula to the entire range."
He further added, "We've taken all product decisions to consolidate the successful path started with Leon and we have finalised our product plan for the coming years. Seat will shift focus from the small car to the compact car category. The centre of gravity shifts upwards entering big, fast growing and more profitable segments."
The 20V20 by Seat looks sharp and angular from every angle. It has a bold stance and we like the simplicity of their concept crossover. The grille and headlight are simple and should make its way to their production model. Bumpers on the other hand could be altered for a more feasible approach.
The rear looks sporty, stylish and sharp, if Seat could maintain similar elements, they have a brilliant package in the making. Tail lamps have an evil element to it and gives it an intimidating presence. The have also provided functional roof rails to store your cycles or excess luggage for longer trips.