Skoda’s new logo now featured on Fabia and Roomster models

Article by Anita Panait, on January 8, 2013

The Škoda Fabia and Roomster models will now bear the new Škoda vehicle logo as well the Škoda lettering. The brand name and the model name will be displayed on the vehicle rear with additional designations like TSI or TDI will appear in a new typeface. Škoda is changing existing model lines over to its new logo to comply with the revised corporate design launched in 2011.

The Czech carmaker first fitted the revised logo on the Škoda Citigo. Škoda also featured the revised logo on the new Škoda Rapid compact hatch, which was launched in autumn 2012. The Fabia and Roomster will become the third and fourth Škoda models to bear the revised logo and the Škoda lettering at the rear, as well as the model designation in a new typeface.

The revised logo in displayed in other locations both on the outside and inside of the vehicles, like the bonnet, the rear, the centre cover of the wheels, the wheel trims, the steering wheel, the engine cover and the vehicle key. The Škoda Fabia and Škoda Roomster will also bear a new typeface for the model designation on the boot cover.

Engine and additional designations such as TSI, TDI, GreenLine or vRS will also be written using the new typeface. The Fabia and the Roomster will bear the Škoda lettering at the rear.

The revised Škoda logo features a winged arrow in chrome and black, which looks substantially fresher and more modern. The winged arrow is contoured and stands out in chrome on a black-matte background framed by a fine chrome line. Absent in the revised logo are the current laurel wreath and integrated Škoda lettering.

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