Spanish-based auto maker Seat is taking part in the Geneva Motor Show with the Leon Ecomotive Concept. Compared to the outgoing Leon, Ibiza and Alhambra Ecomotive models, this Ecomotive Concept receives power from a new 1.6 litre TDI power plant that is able to produce 105HP. This new engine features a DPF particulate filter and common rail technology which help improve its fuel efficiency. More fitments introduced with this new engine include a new Start/Stop system as well as regenerative braking.

Thanks to the features mentioned above, this concept’s emissions output has been reduced by 20% to a total output of 99 grams per kilometer and fuel consumption is rated at a respectable 3.8 litres for every 100 kilometers traveled. With a not-too-bad looking exterior design, the Leon Ecomotive Concept features a similar interior with the outgoing Leon Ecomotive.

Other features which can be found in the concept include ESP, ABS and TCS, double front airbag, front side airbags, curtain airbag, 16 inch steel rims, Isofix anchoring points, front power one-touch anti-trap windows, air conditioning, MP3 CD radio, aux-in connection and six speakers, among others. Continue reading to view an image gallery.

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