SEAT is developing a new C/D-segment model, making the car one of the first few large sedans in the SEAT model range. SEAT’s model range currently consists of A-segment, B-segment and C-segment hatchbacks, with the only sedan being the B-segment SEAT Cordoba which is actually an Ibiza sedan.
The new sedan is codenamed the SEAT Protecto, and will offer SEAT customers who wish to upgrade from the B and C segments to something larger the option to stay within the brand that they’re so used to. The SEAT Protecto will come in both sedan and estate bodies, and will be built at SEAT’s Martorell plant in Spain. It’s expected to make it to production by the year 2009.
One more concept drawing after the jump.