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Broadcast dates : 26th June 2005
2nd July 2005

Most people in South Africa havenít heard of the name SEAT. Itís pronounced See-utt, but spelt like seat as inÖ. take a pew.

In a nutshell a Seat is a Spanish version of a Volkswagen.

And if you look really hard, you can see echoes of the new Golf GTi in this coupe-like vehicle, which is actually a five-door hatch.
If youíve noticed a bit of Alfa Romeo in those lines too, score ten out of ten for observation and/or motor industry knowledge.

The SEAT design language is the work of one Walter da Silva, who penned the Alfa Romeo 156, then moved to SEAT, and currently heads up Audi.

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