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.
On the sides lie a sharp tornado line and a so-called wing line. Accentuating the vehicle’s strong appearance on the sides are slim pillars, contrasting light and dark shades, and a range of wheels. Moving on, the rear of the new Skoda Fabia features contours and horizontal lines that convey the vehicle’s strength and assertiveness.
Skoda’s designers especially focused on the shape of the taillights, giving it a richer and contrasting edging. As seen on any Skoda, the new Fabia’s taillights feature the brand’s typical C shape.
For the first time, Skoda is allowing customers to personalize the looks of their vehicle, in this case, the new Fabia. Some of these personalization options include the choice of colors for the wheels, the roof, and the mirror housings.