MADRID – Thanks to Renault SA's Vel Satis, the stubby trunk of the new SEAT Toledo will look almost normal when it arrives in European markets at the end of the year. The striking rear-end design, with rear window glass that bends almost 180 degrees and a hatch that extends into the roof, was well under way when the Vel Satis hit the market, says SEAT design chief Steve Lewis. SEAT Toledo to come this fall. "For the luxury class the design is too much," says Lewis, noting that Vel ...

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