The new generation of Skoda Fabia should be introduced in May. Do you want to look like this?
Although we already have a lot of information about the fourth sequel to the little Fabia, we still have to wait to unveil its looks. However, the convincing prototype photos posted in the past, as well as the designer’s illustrations, indicated a lot.
Based on these documents, colleagues from the Russian site Kolesa.ru Create casual photos that show how they imagine the new generation of Fabia. The Russian Vision, of course, works with typical design elements of the brand, so the hatchback gets a distinct radiator grille, the headlights (hitting the grille) also look familiar, and the sides also feature the traditional Tornado line connecting the bow and stern.
We already know from past news from the automaker that the Fabia will offer LED headlights complete with ‘ice block’ modules for an additional fee. The daytime running lights use the distinctive shape of the letter L.
Koda also revealed the use of several aerodynamic elements, such as an elongated roof spoiler with side fins, improved exterior mirrors or an active radiator hatch located in the lower air inlet.
The new Fabia will grow compared to the current one. Specifically, it will be 111 mm taller, 4107 mm long, 48 mm wide and 1780 mm wide. This will help the interior space, as well as the luggage compartment, which will increase by 50 liters to reach the final 380 liters.
The range of engines then includes a petrol three-cylinder petrol, atmospheric 1.0 MPI Evo (49 and 58 kW) and a supercharged 1.0 TSI Evo (70 and 81 kW). The four-cylinder 1.5 TSI Evo (110 kW) will then be placed at the top of the show. Let’s not rely on turbochargers.
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