Someone, somehow managed to discover Seat’s Frankfurt Show star, the Tribu Concept. To our misfortune however, that someone didn’t complete the job by capturing the official release, so for the time being, you’ll have to do with our speculations. First of all, the Tribu previews a compact-size, 3door Crossover. If we were to continue speculating, we’d say that the Tribu is loosely based on a shortened version of the Tiguan platform, using the same (AWD) powertrain. But we’d better stop speculating here to avoid making a fool of ourselves if Seat comes and announces that the Tribu is like a crossover version of the upcoming Ibiza or something like that. -Continued after the jumpPics via: autopareri (sub. req.)
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