Seat Ibiza Good Stuff - First LookSpecial Edition Ibiza gets integrated iPod dock

28 June 2010

Seat Ibiza Good Stuff, Shakira

Seat Ibiza Good Stuff was co-developed by pop star Shakira

The new Seat Ibiza Good Stuff has to be one of the most bizarrely titled special editions ever conjured up by an automotive marketing division. 

Based on a Seat Ibiza 1.4 SE supermini, the car has been co-developed by Columbian pop starlet Shakira, whose latest European tour is titled…you guessed it, 'Good Stuff.'

Mechanically, the Seat Ibiza Good Stuff remains identical to its donor: the 1.4-litre petrol engine develops 83bhp, emits 142g/km of CO2 and helps the three-door ‘SC’ version hit 60mph in 11.8 seconds. 

Candy White and Speed Blue are two new colours you can choose (Shakira’s input, perhaps?). Chunky 16-inch alloys and dark-tinted rear windows complete the external revisions.

Seat Ibiza Good Stuff

Seat Ibiza Good Stuff logo is loud and proud

Goodies aplenty inside

Building on SE interior specification, the Seat Ibiza Good Stuff adds climate control, TomTom sat nav with a unique Seat dashboard dock, a black Seat-branded iPod Nano with cradle and charger, plus a Bluetooth hands-free phone system. Good stuff indeed.

The Seat Ibiza Good Stuff is available in both three-door ‘SC’ and five-door bodystyles, and costs £12,300 and £12,710 respectively.



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