The 2017 Seat Ibiza is a compact hatchback. The 2017 Seat Ibiza, type of vehicle that’s on the market since 1984, provides forty percent of the sales of the Spanish brand Seat. Ibiza has since 2008 four generations. Since 1994 there is also a sedan version of the Ibiza, the Seat Cordoba, though it has not yet been announced for the generation from 2008.
The first generation of the SEAT Ibiza was launched in April 1984 and was available with a 1.2 liter 63 hp and a 1.5 liter 85 hp “System Porsche” carburetor petrol engine and a 1.7-liter diesel engine. There were six series: LE, L, GL, GLX, SX and from June 1988, the sports version of 100 hp, the SXI. In 1985 the range was extended with a 900cc gasoline engine carburetor.
In 1991 the model underwent a facelift called New Style, with rounded bumpers and lights beside the headlights and fuel injection engines of 1.3 liters and 1.7 liters. This version remained until August 1993 production. The petrol engines were developed in collaboration with Porsche, hence the term ‘System Porsche’. During this time the SEAT models were strongly focused on Fiat as the Seat Fura which was based on the Fiat 127, the Seat Marbella which was based on the Fiat Panda, the Seat Malaga which was based on the Fiat Regatta and the Seat Ronda, which was derived from the Fiat Ritmo.
2017 Seat Ibiza Sport
2017 Seat Ibiza GTi 16v second generation is created a version car kit adapts to compete in competitions ballistic reserved for cars of the F2 and type A7. Seat Ibiza 2017 model is equipped with an engine Volkswagen EA827/EA113 2.0 R4 16V power unit developing 270 hp. The body was monocoque steel and featured new aerodynamic parts to improve the car’s stability. In 1996, in 1997 and in 1998 the car won the World Cup 2 liters manufacturers in the category 2WD and obtained several victories and individual placings with Harri Rovanperä, Oriol Gómez, and Erwin Weber. Also ran between 1999 and 2000, but with poor results.