As the name suggests, the Ibiza ‘Good Stuff’, named after a song on Shakira’s latest album, adds more equipment to the standard Ibiza specification.
The special edition model is available in the five-door hatchback or sportier SC versions of the Ibiza and comes with Seat’s 1.4-litre petrol engine matched to a manual gearbox.
Capable of 110mph and a 0-62mph sprint time of 11.8 seconds, the engine also delivers CO2 emissions of 142g/km – the equivalent of £110 per year VED.
The Ibiza Good Stuff adds an iPod Nano 8GB, TomTom satellite navigation, climate control and a Bluetooth hands free system to the standard SE specification.
It also includes unique Good Stuff badges, 16" alloy wheels and dark tinted rear windows to give the special edition a more exclusive look.
Standard features include electric heated door mirrors, MP3 and CD player with six speakers, front fog lights and speed-sensitive power steering.
Available now from Seat dealers, the Seat Ibiza Good Stuff is available for a one-off price of £12,424. This is an £800 increase on the price of the standard SE specification, less than the cost of the additional equipment.
Seat, currently celebrating 25 years in the UK, is sponsoring Shakira’s ‘The Sun Comes Out’ tour, which starts at the MEN Arena in Manchester tonight before moving to venues in Blefact, Glasgow and London’s O2 Arena.
Steve Robertson, Head of Marketing at SEAT UK, said: ‘Shakira’s UK concerts are sure to be a huge hit, and Seat is very happy to once again be associated with this international superstar’s European tour.’
Seat is not the only manufacturer to team up with the music industry. Earlier this year Fiat produced the first manufacturer-sponsored music video as well as a special edition Punto Evo for the Faithless track ‘Feelin Good’.