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After publishing a teaser design sketch last month, Skoda finally revealed the mildly updated Fabia Facelift in a hatchback as well as a wagon variant. The changes on its design are so subtle that you may not notice them right away. But we’re here to point these out for you. Let’s start off with the headlights and taillights. These now use LED tech, making the rear look like the facelifted Octavia.
Customers can now get a set of 18-inch alloy wheels exclusively for the hatchback version, which is a first for the Fabia. Both the front and the rear bumpers have been given some changes too but these are not very apparent. While these revisions are welcome, these probably will not get you so excited that you’d want to go straight to your dealership.
As for technology upgrades, the cabin has now been equipped with a 6.5-inch touchscreen that have Bluetooth, USB, and SD card connectivity. The car gets the Swing system as standard but customers can then opt for the Swing Plus and Amundsen setup if they want features like CarPlay, Android Auto, and MirrorLink.Read the entire article 2018 Skoda Fabia Facelift gets mild updates, LED, new trim, more tech
While many believe electric mobility is the future, it is still uncertain how far or near we really are into making the transition --- but that may change real soon.
Insiders reveal in a recent report by Autocar that Volkswagen Group is taking the steps to make this happen at the earliest time possible. How? It seeks to become the leading promoter of e-mobility in the market. It is said that Volkswagen Group wishes to launch about 30 EVs by 2025, but prior to that, the German marque will be promoting a number of gasoline-electric hybrids under its sub-brands. It’s expected to comprise several SUVs and two electrified hatchbacks.
In a bid to win the hearts of car enthusiasts, Volkswagen AG’s marketing people thought the hybrid hatches hold the key to letting everyone come aboard the electrified future. This could be achieved by means of spreading the word about electric technologies among fellow customers. Well, hot hybrid hatchbacks can be a lot of fun you know.Read the entire article A hybrid Skoda Fabia RS may be part of VW’s upcoming lineup under e-mobility campaign
Skoda launches its latest rally car – the new Skoda Fabia R 5 – which recently received the green light from International Automobile Federation (FIA). With its homologation, the new Skoda Fabia R 5 can now proceed to rally routes around the world. Skoda based the Fabia R 5 on Skoda’s new production Fabia.
It is regarded as the successor to the Fabia Super 2000, which holds the reputation as the most successful rally car ever in Skoda Motorsport history. Skoda Board Member for Development Dr. Frank Welsch said that now that the FIA has approved the vehicle, it can now focus on proving the new rally car’s prowess in the race series.
He also said that when the company was working on the third-generation production Fabia, which quickly became successful, it used some of the characteristics from its rally cars and built the most emotive Fabia so far. The new Fabia R 5 is actually based on the production model. Welsch added that the new rally car is “pure high-tech.”Read the entire article FIA homologates the 2015 Skoda Fabia R 5 rally car
Skoda has just brought the Fabia R5 Concept at the 2014 Essen Motor Show, a vehicle that previews the successor of the Fabia Super 2000. As expected, the vehicle is based on the third-generation Fabia and was modified in order to face the competition. As a result, it comes with a wide body kit, a roof scoop, a new rear roof spoiler, racing wheels, high-performance brakes as well as a stiffer suspension. The rear end also shows a new central exhaust tailpipe.
The Skoda Fabia R 5 Concept Car marks the realization of manufacturer’s plans to come out with new models that focus not only on the important functional aspects but on emotions as well. This was revealed by Dr. Frank Welsch who is the Skoda Board Member for Technical Development.
Dr. Welsch adds that its Essen cars already support this statement but the Fabia R 5 gives a first look at the company’s new rally car. The two versions of the Fabia R 5, estate and hatchback, are founded on the Skoda Fabia that shows a lot more emotion compared to previous models.Read the entire article Skoda Fabia R5 Concept bows at the 2014 Essen Motor Show
Few leaked photos made Skoda officially unveil its all-new 2015 Fabia Combi ahead of the 2014 Paris Motor Show. According to Skoda, the 2015 Fabia Combi will offer a 530 liters boot capacity and an impressive 1,395 liters with the back seat folded down, which is the largest in its segment. Compared with the previous version, the volume increased by 25 liters.
Moreover, the 2015 Fabia Combi is 10 mm longer, 90 mm wider and 31 mm lower than its predecessor. When it comes to design, the front end is identical to the hatchback model while the rear is completely new and features the typical Skoda C shape taillights with contrasting dark edging. The 2015 Fabia Combi will be offered with a choice of three petrol and three diesel engines.
Power output of the petrol engines ranges from 75 hp (55 kW) to 110 hp (81 kW). Meanwhile the new three-cylinder diesel range offers between 75 hp (55 kW) and 105 hp (77 kW). Engines are offered as standard with a manual transmission, while as an option Skoda offers the DSG gearbox. All engines meet the EU6 emission standards and come with Start-Stop System and brake energy recovery.Read the entire article 2015 Skoda Fabia Combi gets official prior to 2014 Paris Motor Show
The latest generation of the Skoda Fabia gives a new meaning to the brand’s design language by blending a more dynamic styling with features not usually seen in the small car segment. Essentially, the third generation of the Skoda Fabia features an emotional uptake with its precise lines and sharp edges, balanced proportions, and an impressive interplay between light and shade.
Compared to its predecessor, the new Skoda Fabia dons a front that seems more aggressive as the vehicle is now 8 mm shorter, 90 mm wider and 31 mm lower. Likewise, the aggressiveness of the Skoda Fabia’s front is reinforced by wide yet razor-sharp headlights, crystalline glass and a distinctive slatted grille.
Skoda’s logo also appears on the bonnet's 'nose'. To further emphasize the visual unity of the grille and the lights, the Skoda Fabia’s features marked out lines and edges like the two unique beadings that run from the outside to the inside of the bonnet.Read the entire article 2015 Skoda Fabia at the Paris Motor Show
Here comes another entry in Skoda’s ongoing product offensive – the third generation Skoda Fabia Combi. Just as its name suggests, the Skoda Fabia Combi combines rich design, functionality and environment-friendliness, as well as technologies and features typically found only in vehicles belonging to higher classes.
Customers who think that cars as small as the Fabia Combi would not be able to offer safety, comfort, smartphone connectivity and infotainment features might have to reconsider that opinion. Just like the latest generation of the Skoda Fabia hatchback, the Skoda Fabia Combi is out to surprise the driving public once again.
The new Skoda Fabia Combi is around 10 mm longer, 90 mm wider and 31 mm lower than the previous model. As another product of the evolved Skoda design language, the Skoda Fabia features an emotionally rich design showered with elements from the Skoda VisionC concept.Read the entire article 2015 Skoda Fabia Combi officially announced for 2014 Paris Motor Show
The latest generation of the Skoda Fabia does not only feature the brand’s evolved design language, but also comes with the comfort, safety and cabin technologies usually not available for small cars. Likewise, the new Skoda Fabia is now powered by a choice of seven engines that are all compliant with EU6 emission standards. Buyers can select from four petrol and three diesel engines to power their own Fabias.
All featuring Start-Stop System and brake energy recovery systems, the petrol engines offer outputs ranging from 44 kW (60 PS) to 81 kW (110 PS) while the new three-cylinder diesel offers outputs of 55 kW (75 PS) and 77 kW (105 PS).
All engines are mated to either a modern manual gearbox or an automatic DSG transmission. These new generations of engines, along with improved aerodynamics and reduced weight (now only 980 kg), allow the new Skoda Fabia to become more fuel efficient and more eco-friendly. In fact, the Skoda Fabia Greenline variant, which will be available in 2015, features fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emission numbers of 3.1 l/100 km and 82 g/km, respectively.Read the entire article 2015 Skoda Fabia unveiled ahead of 2014 Paris Motor Show
Ladies and gentlemen, this is the first official sketch with the 2015 Skoda Fabia! Set to arrive at the 2014 Paris Motor Show in October, the third-generation Fabia borrows the same design line found on the new Skoda Octavia and promises to be a big step forward for the Czech manufacturer owned by the Volkswagen Group.
The interior will show a revamped dashboard, larger touchscreens and the Mirror Link system that offers a clone of your smartphone on the vehicle’s display. Skoda’s new Fabia is expected to receive the 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine that powers the smaller Citigo, that delivers 60 hp or 75 hp.
Still, we will also see the 1.4-liter three-cylinder engine that delivers 75 hp or 90 hp. The 1.4-liter TDI engine replaces the 1.2- and 1.6-liter powerplants. Skoda is expected to offer also the 1.2-liter four-cylinder TSI engine with 90 hp and 110 hp.Read the entire article 2015 Skoda Fabia: first sketch revealed ahead of Paris Motor Show debut
Skoda has added this month two new vehicles to its best-selling Fabia range in the United Kingdom – the Fabia Reaction and the Fabia Monte Carlo TECH Estate. Both new Fabia models boast of high equipment levels as well as good value for money. The new Fabia Reaction could be availed at an introductory price of just £9,690, which is a £3,715 less than the normal price of £13,405.
Fabia Reaction features all the needed features to beat the summer heat. It comes with air-conditioning and a three-spoke leather steering wheel as standard.
The Fabia Reaction’s Meteor Grey finished exterior boasts of 16-inch black Comet alloys, rear spoiler and Sunset glass as well as black detailing on the roof, mirrors and grille. The Fabia Reaction, which is only available hatch form, is powered by a 1.2-liter 12V 69PS engine.Read the entire article Skoda adds Reaction/Monte Carlo models to Fabia range in the UK
More details about ŠKODA’s limited edition version of the popular Fabia Monte Carlo model, named Monte Carlo Tech, have been released. It comes with improve specs over the standard model. This new vehicle is limited to just 1,000 examples. It features very sophisticated Amundsen satellite navigation system and Bluetooth connectivity at no additional cost to the customer.
The vehicle will also be getting the stunning sports-styled exterior, which features piano-black body trim, black door mirror covers, a black radiator grille top, smoked headlamps and a set of black 17-inch lightweight Trinity alloy wheels. The interior gets all black sports seats that have added side support.
The two Monte Carlo Tech versions get black roof lining, a perforated leather steering wheel with red stitching, and a leather handbrake and gearstick gaiter. It gets silver kick plates and steel pedals as standard equipment. There are two color combinations for the ŠKODA Monte Carlo TECH: red with a black roof or white with a black roof.Read the entire article Skoda announces new limited edition Fabia Monte Carlo Tech for UK
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.Read the entire article Skoda’s new logo now featured on Fabia and Roomster models
Skoda has introduced the Monte Carlo, a new model with enhanced sports styling and bespoke interior, as part of its Fabia line. In honor of Škoda’s sporting pedigree, this special edition model is being launched to celebrate 100 years of the Monte Carlo Rally, as well as to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the brand's motorsport efforts.
The exterior of the Fabia Monte Carlo boasts a dynamic look, emphasized by its piano-black body trim, which extends over the wheel arches and down the full length of the car, a black roof, black door mirror covers, a black radiator grille top, smoked headlamps and black 17” lightweight Trinity alloy wheels.
When it comes to the interior of the Fabia Monte Carlo, customers can choose between all black or, red and black sports seats which offer additional side support.Read the entire article Skoda introduces special edition model Fabia Monte Carlo
To celebrate 110 years of racing achievements, Skoda is releasing a special edition of the Fabia vRS, named the IRC Skoda Fabia S2000 vRS Edition. A press release at the launch of the new model states that Skoda Auto has “long-standing and significant presence in motorsport.” Recently, Skoda had won the International Rally Championship (IRC) with its Fabia S2000.
When developing a car, Skoda Auto draws on its motorsport expertise. Sporty drivers tend to like the vRS versions of the Octavia and Fabia. The limited edition of the Fabia vRS makes use of numerous design cues from its rallying cousin, which features the same strong green color, as well as many white stripes on the roof, alloy wheels and stickers.
It will have a limited run of only 200 samples to be built. Skoda said that this car will have Rally Green paint, a white roof, white alloy wheels and stickers in S2000 colors. The car’s performance is unchanged. It is powered by the 1.4 TSI with 180 hp (132 kW) that’s featured on the standard vRS Fabia.Read the entire article Skoda releases 2011 Fabia vRS S2000 Special Edition
Skoda's Fabia range the hatchback, the estate and the Roomster MPV has been facelifted and will soon be available in the UK with a new pricing range.
The hatch model is priced from 9,330 pounds sterling, while the Roomster has a base price of 11,260 pounds sterling. The redesigned models have new engines, a fresh radiator grille and new headlights that have been widened to emphasize the horizontal line of the front end design.
Aside from that, the range also got new alloy rims and is now offered with a wider range of exterior colors. Three diesel units are offered in this range: a 75hp 1.2 liter TDI, a new 1.6 liter TDI that generates 90 HP and another version of the engine providing 105 HP.Read the entire article 2010 Skoda Fabia facelift pricing announced
Skoda's vRS awesome versions of the Fabia hatchback and Fabia estate were revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. These cars feature a sport suspension system and are powered by the Volkswagen Group's 1.4 liter supercharged & turbocharged engine. This is coupled to the seven speed DSG dual clutch transmission.
With these specs, the car develops 180 HP. The engine is a premiere for the Skoda brand. Power is managed through an XDS electronic front differential that simulates the limited-slip function.
With this powertrain, the two versions of the Fabia vRS are able to get to the 100 km/h mark in 7.3 seconds.Read the entire article Geneva Motor Show: 2010 Skoda Fabia vRS
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