The Spanish car company has teamed up with Colombian singer Shakira to introduce the new SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff edition that will be sold in UK.
The SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff is based on the 1.4 SE version that packs 85 PS @ 5,000 rpm and which is available as a 5-door sedan or in SC body styles. Accelerating from 0 to 100 Km/h takes 11.8 seconds, with a combined fuel consumption of 47.1 mpg and CO2 emissions of 142 grams/Km.
The SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff edition is available in Candy White or Speed Blue body colours, with an upgraded equipment list that includes a TomTom satnav, a 8Gb black iPod Nano complete with charger and cradle, a Bluetooth phone system, a special climate control system, and unique 16 inch ‘Sonda’ alloys. 
The SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff edition price starts at 12,300 GBP or 12,710 GBP for the 5-door variant.
Seat press release :
SEAT is celebrating its partnership with Columbian pop sensation
Shakira with the debut in UK showrooms of a special edition SEAT Ibiza
that’s packed with ‘good stuff’.
The new Ibiza Good Stuff is based on the popular Ibiza 1.4 SE,
available in both practical 5dr and sporty SC bodystyles, and boasts a
sparkling array of neat extras for its bargain £12,300 RRP (£12,710 RRP
for the 5dr).
It has been named in recognition of SEAT’s sponsorship of Shakira’s
forthcoming Good Stuff European tour and is available in a selection of
smart paint shades including Candy White and Speed Blue.
As befits its moniker, the Ibiza Good Stuff adds a great selection of
state-of-the-art extras including a TomTom satnav system and unique
SEAT dashboard dock and cradle, black iPod Nano 8GB complete with etched
SEAT logo and SEAT branded content, iPod cradle and charger, and
Bluetooth hands-free phone system.
On top of this, Good Stuff buyers can look forward to keeping cool
this summer thanks to the special edition’s climate control system, and
looking cool behind the wheel courtesy of the car’s 16" ‘Sonda’ alloys
and dark tinted rear windows.
Of course there’s much more to the car than this, as the extras add
to the Ibiza’s already generous SE spec which includes, as standard, the
likes of electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, front fog
lights with cornering function, one-touch electric windows, height and
reach adjustable steering wheel, six-speaker MP3 compatible AM/FM
radio/CD player with combined USB and AUX-in port, trip computer and
speed-sensitive electro-mechanical power steering.
Beneath the bonnet lies a newly EU V-compliant 1.4-litre 16V petrol
engine driving the front wheels through a crisp five-speed manual
gearbox. Offering 85 PS at 5,000 rpm, the engine carries the SEAT from
rest to 62 mph in a sprightly 11.8 seconds (12.2 seconds 5dr) and offers
a top speed, where legal, of 110 mph (109 mph 5dr). CO2 emissions
stand at 142 g/km and, on the combined cycle, the Ibiza Good Stuff’s
official consumption is put at a frugal 47.1 mpg.
The car’s name is taken from one of the tracks on Shakira’s latest
album, She Wolf, and reflects SEAT’s ongoing association with the singer
from northern Columbian city of Barranquilla.
Aside from the tour sponsorship and multimedia advertising campaign
around the Good Stuff model, SEAT is also actively supporting Shakira’s
work with the Barefoot Foundation – the charity the singer set up when
she was just 18 with the aim of making education for children
universally available.
Welcoming the showroom debut of the new car, SEAT UK Ibiza Product
Manager Andy McGregor said: ‘Adding these great features to the already
generously-specified Ibiza creates a smart, sporty and brilliantly
well-equipped supermini.
‘Our dealers nationwide are already seeing a massive interest in the
new model as TV, press and internet advertising campaigns highlight its
availability here.’

Source: Seat