Introducing SEAT Ibiza and Arona with BeatsAudio

07.06.2019

The New SEAT Ibiza and Arona are young spirited, just like Beats by Dr. Dre, a brand that has inevitably changed the way people listen to music. SEAT and Beats started their collaboration in 2017, offering BeatsAudio as an option for various models of the range including Ateca, Ibiza, Arona, Leon and Mii. Now the collaboration between SEAT and Beats takes another step forward with the launch of two exclusive versions of its most youthful and urban models: the SEAT Ibiza and the SEAT Arona Beats.

The SEAT Ibiza and Arona Beats comes with a number of aesthetic details and unique features, as well as a premium sound system so that you can listen to your favourite music as if you were in the studio together with your favourite artists.

The standard equipment package will include the Full Link system (MirrorLink, Android Auto and CarPlay) to connect your smartphone and your car in the quickest and most efficient way.

They also feature the new Digital Cockpit, an interactive display that can be fully customised by the driver via the multifunctional wheel or infotainment system. As well as this, the SEAT Ibiza and Arona Beats signatures will be the Eclipse Orange wing mirrors, which will also be present on the Ibiza’s fog lights. When you get inside the SEAT Beats you cannot miss the beautiful Eclipse Orange stitching making the interior just as eye catching as the exterior.

The SEAT Ibiza Beats will be available with three petrol and diesel options. The petrol engines will start with 1.0 MPI 75PS and will continue with the 3 cylinder 1.0 TSI, available with 95PS or 115PS. All petrol versions will be available with manual transmission, additionally the 115PS versions can be paired with SEAT’s dual-clutch DSG transmission. When considering the diesel engines, the SEAT Ibiza Beats can be purchased with the 1.6 TDI in 80PS, 95PS and 110PS versions. Each of the diesel engines will be available with manual transmission; the 95PS version will also be associated with a seven-speed DSG.

As for the SEAT Arona Beats, which will be available in two petrol and diesel options. The petrol engines will start with the 1.0 TSI 95PS, which is linked to a five-speed manual gearbox. As an alternative you can opt for the 1.0 TSI 115PS, with a choice of six-speed manual or dual-clutch DSG transmission.  

The SEAT Ibiza and Arona Beats came to market in the last quarter of 2018 and have proven to be an excellent drive.

Any questions you may have on the range, or Beats Audio, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your nearest Vindis SEAT retailer HERE.