The SEAT show car "Vision Veinte-Veinte". Normally concept cars like this are made to look at, but aren't suitable to drive.
Mathis Kurrat, test driver
Our test driver Mathis Kurrat says today is the exception, because he'll be taking the Vision Veinte-Veinte for a spin.
The Veinte-Veinte is the Spanish manufacturer's first SUV-influenced model. It's designed to be both practical and elegant.
Mathis starts the car with the push of a button.
He's pleasantly surprised to hear the car call him by name -- even if it's the wrong one.
But then 'Mathis' sounds like a more common moniker, so he's used to it.
The personalized welcome is part of the Veinte-Veinte's futuristic service and infotainment concept.
The Veinte-Veinte makes a powerful impression, with a dynamically striking front end.
SEAT is especially proud of the car's side profile with its accentuated lines -- as seen here in the outside mirror. With its 20-inch wheels, the Vision Veinte-Veinte has its feet firmly on the ground. The wheel rims were designed specially for the show car.
The exterior's combination of sporty dynamics and striking contours is matched by the car's interior.
The dominant materials -- leather, aluminum, glass, and glossy plastic -- are high-quality and crafted with attention to detail. We wouldn't expect anything less in a concept car.
Mathis says he was fascinated by his test drive with the Vision Veinte-Veinte, SEAT's impressive concept for its future models. He jokes that there is something even more impressive: an extra that might come with the car. This little electric vehicle thingy. It fits perfectly in the trunk and is designed so you don't even have to walk the last few meters from your parking spot to work, the shopping center, or home!