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Seat unveiled its new family saloon, the Exeo, at the 2008 Paris autoshow. The automobile, which marks Seat’s entry into the D-segment, is based on the previous generation Audi A4. However, it is not just a re-badging of its VW Group compatriot, as around a third of the parts have been changed for the Spanish OEM’s saloon. The vehicle comes in four trim levels – S, SE, Sport and SE Lux - and with three engine options – two diesel and one petrol. The diesel powerplants employ advanced common rail technology for the first time in a Seat. The carmaker launched an estate version, the Exeo ST, in 2009.