Saturday, October 15, 2011

Seat IBL

Seat has unveiled its new IBL saloon and sports coupe crossover concept car, announcing that it is the next evolution of its design DNA.

While the exterior of the IBL is understated, much emphasis has been placed on the design of the interior. Technology within the car displays information in three programs – ‘Travel' for relaxed driving, ‘Sport' for concentrated driving or ‘Efficiency' for focused fuel-efficiency of the plug-in hybrid drive.

A central secondary display is dedicated to the communications and information systems. The navigation system links with Google Earth and real-time traffic information to decide the most efficient route, with the information systems accessed through two touch pads located on the steering wheel spokes. The cockpit is very much driver-orientated, with the main display behind the steering wheel being able to program according to the driver's preferences.

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