Pues si, pero según Autoexpress, será el coupé cabrio ;-) Version definitiva en septiembre en Frankfurt. "Stunning Leon Joins The CC Fold or the first time ever, SEAT is set to go topless! Auto Express has learned the sporty Spanish brand is planning a convertible version of the next Leon, the hatchback of which will appear at September's Frankfurt Motor Show. The thinly veiled concept, or 'Prototipo', of the five-door wowed crowds when it was unveiled at this year's Geneva exhibition. And this week's exclusive mag pictures show the drop-top is even more stunning. Unlike the hatchback Leon, the cabriolet will have a three-door bodyshape and feature a sophisticated folding metal roof with a rear-hinged bootlid. The set-up is expected to be similar to that used on the Volkswagen Concept C, which was unveiled by SEAT's sister company at the Swiss expo last year. As well as ensuring decent refinement and security, this roof system is designed to be compact enough to allow proper seating for four adults, as well as providing a usable boot. Meanwhile, to reduce the effects of buffeting at speed, the drop-top Leon features a pop-up deflector behind the front chairs, and a longer windscreen. Despite the obvious changes over its five-door sibling, the convertible retains many styling cues from the stunning Prototipo. These include the large integrated front bumper with bulging wheelarches, sporty-looking mesh air intakes and bold angled panel creases which run from the front wings down the car's sides. Combined with the rising waistline and shallow side windows, these details create an aggressive look. This theme is continued round the back with twin chrome tailpipes and a beefy cut-out rear bumper. A toned-down version of the Prototipo's interior is expected to appear in the Leon cabriolet. However, key elements such as the chunky leather [font=Geneva,Arial,sans-serif] ADVERTISEMENT[/font]seats and flat-bottomed steering wheel will remain to add character to the cabin. What's more, rather than using a traditional bench in the rear, the CC is expected to have two sculptured chairs, making it a strict four-seater. Underneath the glamorous exterior, the Leon convertible will be built on a revised version of the hatchback's platform. The chassis has been carefully engineered to provide a good combination of ride and handling, and ensure the new convertible maintains SEAT's reputation for sporty cars. Safety will also be a priority. There will be extra body stiffening to ensure occupants are well protected in the event of an accident, plus a full complement of head and side airbags. Meanwhile, passive safety systems are expected to include traction control and ESP driver aids. Under the bonnet, the topless Leon will be available with a wide choice of VW Group engines. The efficient FSI petrol units will be offered, including the powerful 2.0-litre turbocharged version from the Golf GTI. This should enable the cabriolet to sprint from 0-60mph in around 7.5 seconds. However, for those who prefer economy and relaxed cruising, there will be the 2.0 TDI diesel, making the car one of only a few oil-burning drop-tops on sale. As well as five and six-speed manual gearboxes, the innovative DSG sequential transmission will be available on certain models. Although SEAT bosses are remaining tight-lipped over when the Leon cabriolet will hit showrooms, it could arrive as early as 2006. To compete with class rivals such as the Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet and Peugeot 307 CC, prices are expected to start at around £17,000, and rise to £20,000 for range-topping Cupra versions. "