The collaboration between Seat and Beats started last year, with the automaker offering the BeatsAudio as an optional extra in some of its vehicles.
The special edition models sport Eclipse Orange side mirrors and the ‘BeatsAudio‘ logo on the boot. They’re also available in a new color called Magnetic Tech, in addition to the existing Eclipse Orange, Urban Silver, Midnight Black and Nevada White.
Three dual-tone looks based on Nevada White, with contrasting roof, are offered as optional extras. Chrome window moldings, full-led headlights and LED DRLs set them apart furthermore from the rest of the Ibiza and Arona range.
Seat has also fitted illuminated sill plates, Eclipse Orange contrast stitching on the steering wheel, handbrake lever, gear selector and infotainment frame, and Ice Metal interior door panels.
MirrorLink, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are part of the standard equipment list, alongside the new Digital Cockpit and, of course, the BeatsAudio premium sound system. The latter has a 300-watt amplifier, 7 speakers (including two tweeters), two woofers and an integrated subwoofer in the spare wheel space.
The Ibiza Beats can be ordered with four petrol and four diesel engines, with outputs between 75PS (74hp / 55kW) and 115PS (113hp / 84kW), whereas the Arona Beats is available with three petrol units and three diesels.