The new hatch and wagon range brings LED head and taillights for the first time along with “fresh new design elements and state-of-the-art technology” according to the Czech brand, but not much else is being shared yet.
The VW Polo step-sibling is based on Volkswagen Group’s MQB platform but no details of drivetrain or specifications have been given – though its “state-of-the-art” technology may consist of new safety systems such adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist while the infotainment and instrument cluster will likely receive new displays and updates.
Skoda has also said its small car has a stronger look which might bode well for a Fabia RS model, if we’re lucky.
Having sold over half a million vehicles in its current generation and four million since its inception, the hatch and wagon duo is a hit car for the Czech brand.
More details will be released closer to the Geneva motor show in March, and the local arm has already confirmed it will update its Fabia range in August this year.
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