All trims levels come with a touchscreen infotainment system, which changes from black and white to colour when you upgrade from S to SE trim.
Go for FR – the trim Seat expects to be most popular – and the touchscreen grows from 5.0in to 8.0in and also gains a built-in sat-nav. This is also the entry point for a DAB radio and Apple Carplay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring.
So far, we’ve only tried the larger 8.0in system – and it’s really user-friendly. The screen is crisp and bright and responds quickly when you prod it, plus the menu system is easy to get your head around. It's one of the best systems in the class.
A powerful Beats sound system is a reasonably priced option on all trims, but we won’t be able to tell you if it’s worth paying extra for until we’ve tried the Ibiza’s standard stereo. A wireless phone charger is also a reasonably priced option.