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SEAT Córdoba

First generation (Typ 6K; 1993) [ edit ]

The first generation Córdoba was presented at the 1993 Frankfurt Motor Show, and launched in the summer of the same year, penned by Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and based on the chassis of the SEAT Ibiza Mk2.

The first generation was officially unveiled in February 1993. Its 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 litre petrol engines were also found in the Volkswagen Polo and Ibiza, as was the 1.9 TDI. [ citation needed ]

Though based on the Ibiza, its extended rear overhang meant its length was close to a Golf, but still smaller than the Jetta. It featured a boot space of 455 litres (16.1 cu ft) which could be extended up to 762 litres (26.9 cu ft) by folding rear seats. [2]

Variants [ edit ]

In March 1996, the Córdoba range was extended with a coupé (Córdoba SX), and in August 1996, with an estate (Córdoba Vario). [3]

The Córdoba SX was a two door coupé version of the Córdoba. It came with five engine variants: 1.6 litre 100 bhp (75 kW; 101 PS), 1.9 litre turbodiesel, a 1.8 litre 16 valve, 2.0 litre 8 valve (Cupra), which was also used in the Córdoba GTi, and a 2.0 litre 16 valve. [3]

The 2.0 litre engines was identical to the engines used in the third generation Golf GTi. [ citation needed ] The 2.0 litre 16 valve Córdoba SX also came with 16 inch multispoke alloys, 280 mm (11.0 in) front discs, ABS, traction control and air conditioning as standard. [ citation needed ]

The model was slightly revised in 1996, with a new rear splitter which required the exhaust to be hidden, a revised front lower grill and splitter, and the leather interior which became standard. [ citation needed ] The Córdoba 16V was £1,000 more expensive [ clarification needed ] at list and one second slower from 0 to 60 mph because of the added weight of the rear end. [ citation needed ]

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SEAT Córdoba Facelift (1996–1999)

SEAT Córdoba Facelift (1996–1999)

SEAT Córdoba Vario

SEAT Córdoba SX Coupé

Facelift [ edit ]

SEAT Córdoba 6K GP01 (1999–2002)

SEAT Córdoba 6K GP01 (1999–2002)

The Córdoba was facelifted in August 1999, with changes focusing on the bumpers, headlights, taillights and front grille, [3] as well as in the interior, with new materials and upholstery. [ citation needed ] In the engine range, the 16 valve ABF engine was replaced with a 1.8 litre 156 bhp (116 kW; 158 PS) Turbo engine and joined the Cupra range. [3]

The SX was no longer available in the United Kingdom, and limited numbers are known to exist in the Republic of Ireland in RHD format. [ clarification needed ] The estate variant «Córdoba Vario» dropped the «Cordóba» and now simply used the nameplate «Vario». [ citation needed ]

Motorsport [ edit ]

Rally [ edit ]

The Córdoba WRC was SEAT’s official rally car in the World Rally Championship from 1998 to 2000. It featured a 2.0 litre turbocharged engine and achieved a total of three podiums. [4]

Rallycross [ edit ]

A Cordoba has also been used in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Danish driver Dennis Rømer contested the 2014 World RX of Germany, finishing 40th out of 41 entrants in the heat stage. To date this is, and most likely will remain, the only time a Cordoba has been used in World Championship rallycross, however, the SEAT Ibiza has been used as a manufacturer entry.

Rebadged versions [ edit ]

The contemporary Volkswagen Polo Classic (saloon) and Variant (estate) were rebadged versions of the SEAT Córdoba Mk1 and Córdoba Vario respectively, and were not based on the Volkswagen Polo hatchback. [ citation needed ]

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FAW-Volkswagen, Volkswagen’s partner in China, manufactured the Córdoba Mk1 under the Volkswagen Citi Golf name between September 1994 [5] and 2001. The Citi Golf had the same exterior as the pre-facelift Córdoba and the 1.4 litre ABD engine was standard paired to a 5 speed manual gearbox. When it was new back in 1995, pricing was 240,000 yuan (35,640 USD — October 2020 exchange rate). [6]

In Mexico it was rebadged as the Volkswagen Derby. In 1995, it was imported from Spain, [ citation needed ] but the model of 1996 was assembled in the Volkswagen de México assembly plant in Puebla, Mexico. [ citation needed ] In 1998, the Spanish made Polo Classic was introduced in Mexico as the new Volkswagen Derby. [ citation needed ]

The Volkswagen Polo Classic was also sold in the Philippines from 1996 to 1999. It also had the same exterior as the pre-facelift Córdoba. [ citation needed ]

Engines [ edit ]

История бренда и логотипа

С 1919 года страна-производитель SEAT Испания стала местом, где был открыт филиал фирмы FIAT. Тогда начался выпуск итальянских машин. И только через 30 лет появилась испанская марка Сеат.

День рождения бренда – 9 мая 1950 года. В 1953 году в Мартореле выпустили первый автомобиль. Через несколько лет достигнута производительность в 3000 авто за год. В 1989 строят дополнительные корпуса. Открывает завод король Хуан Карлос.

С 1970 года о бренде начинают говорить как о спортивной марке. Появляется модель SEAT Sport. Испанские гонщики участвуют в мировых ралли на отечественных машинах.

Эволюция логотипа «Сеат»

У компании «Сеат» логотип в виде значка «S». Сначала буква была синяя с зубцами и надписью «SEAT» ниже. Позже эмблема «Сеат» представляла собой серую «разрезанную» букву «S» с надписью на красном фоне.

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Сейчас буква стала серой, напоминает 2 лезвия, надпись красная. Изменение дизайна логотипа символизирует развитие компании, стремление к балансу практичности и эмоциональной составляющей.

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