Seat automaker manufacture has unveiled new all-electric sport couper concept at Paris Auto Show, named its 2010 Seat IBE Coupe Concept. Seat automaker has showed that it’s about ready to go toe-to-toe with some of the big dogs in the world of dreamy battery-powered machines.
Both exterior and interior are characterised by their focus on key elements, by a clear and precise architecture, by modern technology and by materials that are as high-quality as they are ecological.
Seat IBE Coupe Concept come with measuring in at just 3.83 meters (12.5 ft) in length, it is smaller than Volkswagen’s Scirocco. Utilizing a 75 kw (102 hp) electric drive system, the concept is good for 130 km (81 miles) on a single charge. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 60 mph) can be achieved in 9.7 seconds.
Powered by a lithium-ion battery, the electrically-motivated IBE has a range of 130 km/h. The company claims the IBE is the “super-compact sports coupe for urban mobility in the near future.”
Under the flat v-shaped hood lies the electric drive motor, with a lithium-ion battery located under the floor of its pert little rear. LED headlights flank a distinctive fascia with two air intakes.