These new shots, which follow an earlier illustration, offers a first look at the production model's headlight design.
As expected, the new Fabia will take on more of Skoda's new family styling, dropping its predecessor's curves for a sharper and more angular look.
That recent sketch (above) also previewed the new Fabia's overall look, although earlier spy photos confirm that we can expect a much tamer look to the final product.
Skoda says it has drawn on the recent VisionC four-door coupe for inspiration, and while the two bodystyles could not be further apart in shape, the influences are clear.
Dubbed ‘MQB-A’, the new platform will reportedly borrow front-end components from the smaller NSF platform used by the VW Up, Skoda Citigo and Seat Mii.
Skoda has confirmed that the new Fabia will be a significant 90mm wider, and 30mm shorter road-to-roof. The current model measures 4000mm long and 1642mm wide, while riding on a 2460mm wheelbase.
By comparison, the current Polo has a 10mm longer wheelbase, but is slightly shorter at 3952mm and wider at 1682mm.
The new Fabia's engine range has also been detailed recently, starting with a 1.0 litre three-cylinder petrol unit through to a special Greenline model that lists fuel consumption at just 3.1 l/100km.