Seat cars is celebrating its partnership with Colombian singer Shakira with the debut in UK showrooms of a special edition Seat Ibiza.
The new Ibiza Good Stuff is based on the popular Ibiza 1.4 SE, available in both practical 5dr and SC body styles, and boasts a sparkling array of neat extras for its bargain price.
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 sat-nav 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 get 16" 'Sonda' wheels and dark tinted rear windows.
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 Colombian 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.