On top of this, Good Stuff buyers can look forward to keeping cool this summer thanks to the special editions climate control system, and looking cool behind the wheel courtesy of the cars 16¬Ě Sonda alloys and dark tinted rear windows.
Of course theres much more to the car than this, as the extras add to the Ibizas 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 Stuffs official consumption is put at a frugal 47.1 mpg.
The cars name is taken from one of the tracks on Shakiras latest album, She Wolf, and reflects SEATs 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 Shakiras 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.