2002 Seat Salsa Concept
Two years after its initial presentation, SEAT is exhibiting the Salsa with its attractive, renewed exterior and interior look. The first thing that stands out on the Salsa is its new body colour. Formerly shiny silver, it is now solid red. This colour has been achieved by applying seven layers of transparent red resin.
The passenger compartment now features a more youthful, sportier, and more dynamic look. Aluminium elements and the colours red and black predominate in the SEAT Salsa. The floor covering is made with a washable material with a smooth metallic effect, as are the interior door panels. The dashboard also features several changes, such as the red colour on the instrument panel casing, which lends a velvety look similar to rose petals.
The Salsa is a futurist concept car, a very special vehicle that was wholly developed by the Martorell Technical Centre, spearheading a novel car concept, the MDC (Multi Driving Concept). A swivel stick offers the choice of three different driving moods: Sport, Comfort and City. Depending on the selected option, there is a change in the driving position, the gearbox (Tiptronic or automatic), and in the type and amount of information provided to the driver.