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Seat Arona has announced

Seat has announced their newfound crossover vehicle called Arona

The automobile manufacturer based in Spain, Seat has announced their newfound crossover vehicle called ‘‘Arona”. The automobile manufacturers look like they wont be leaving the market to Hyundai Kona and Skoda Karog. It is expected the new crossover model placed below Ateca SUV. Will be open for public opinions in this years September 2018 Frankfurt automobile fair.

While being built on the same MQB A0 platform. The Seat Arona also carries the automobile manufacturer’s familiar face. And it looks like it has been placed between the Ibiza and Ateca. On the front side of the car there is a sharp-triangular shaped LED headlights. We can see that the Seat grid has wide air holes. While artificial crankcases on the front and back end of the car are apparent. We can see that it adds a new look to the car.

Arona is 79mm longer than Ibiza and has 400 litres capacity of trunk. And it also promises a 52mm higher driving experience relative to his brother. Seat has announced that they will be releasing Arona in 68 different colour combinations which is an important detail. We can see the middle console in the interior of the car has mostly dark colours.It also offers an 8 inch information-fun system with a smart mobile connection and also an option for charging without cable. Seat Arona comes with adaptive speed cruiser, an assistant for lifting off of a ramp, exhaustion scan system, secondary impact brake, starting the car without keys and many more features such as reverse camera.

The new crossover car has three different choices of benzine and two different choices of diesel motor. The 1.0 litre three cylinder TSI motor will be presented with 2 different 95 and 115 horsepower motors. And they will also come with 5 or 6 gear forward , manuel or automatic. Other than that lets say the the car will be powered by a 95 HP or an 115 HP motor. It is expected that the Arona will compete with cars such as Renault Captur, Peugeot 2008 , Nissan Juke , and the newly released Hyundai Kona, Kia Stonic and Skoda Karoq.

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