Spanish automaker Seat has tweeted a single teaser image of a small SUV concept a few days before it appears at the Geneva Motor Show.
The image reveals the concept will sport a face that's almost identical to the three-door IBX concept (below) that made its debut at last year's Geneva show, along with what must be the most dramatic headlamp clusters ever fitted to a non-premium SUV.
And though officially billed a concept, it's expected to preview the brand's first-ever production SUV that's due to go on sale in Europe in 2016 as a Qashqai-rivalling crossover.
Volkswagen (Seat's parent company) will likely supply its MQB modular platform for the Seat SUV's underpinnings, along with a range of diesel and petrol engines. It's not yet clear whether AWD drivetrains will be offered, or if it will be purely FWD.
Following the arrival of its small SUV, Seat is also expected to add a larger seven-seat crossover to its range.
Will the debut of those two cars strengthen the case for an Australian re-introduction for the Seat brand? Watch this space
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