Skoda is outlining to release a compact crossover based on its smaller Fabia. This brand-new model will sit listed below the new Skoda Karoq and share a platform with the soon-to-be-revealed VW T-Cross and SEAT Arona mini SUVs. Images courtesy of Chinese website Autohome appear to confirm Skoda’s prepare for the brand-new model, shown listed below in our special render.
These shots clearly expose absolutely nothing about the car’s styling but let us see how Skoda’s planning to position the model. It’ll be the Czech kind’s 4th SUV, following in the steps of the outbound Yeti, the bigger Kodiaq and the just recently announced Koruq– revealed above as the ‘Model K’. It’ll be smaller sized than the upcoming Yeti replacement, matching VW’s lineup of the T-Cross, Tiguan and the upcoming Touareg.
2018 Skoda Fabia SUV Styling
We’re not expecting any fantastic surprises on the styling front. The front should carry an advancement of the style language discovered on the Kodiaq, modified for a smaller sized plan. This suggests the 2018 Skoda Fabia SUV might utilize comparable faceted LED headlights that echo Czech crystal products and simple however good-looking styling lines to divide the bodywork.
2018 Skoda Fabia SUV Interior
The cabin is anticipated to follow conventions set out by existing Skoda models so will have a simple but durable interior. The centre console will be controlled by a touchscreen infotainment system however whether the digital dials seen in other VW Group cars will feature remains to be seen. It’s believed to be more useful than the VW or SEAT models that’ll share its platform, however, fulfilling Skoda’s position as the sensible one of the three brand names. A boxy body and anticipated five-door-only design mean 4 grownups should fit in convenience with adequate boot space to swallow at least a weekend’s worth of travel luggage.
2018 Skoda Fabia SUV Price and Release Date
The brand-new 2018 Skoda Fabia SUV will cost a little more than its supermini brother or sister but less than the new Karoq– this suggests entry-level models might cost from around ₤ 13,000. The dripped image recommends this new Fabia SUV is due to make its public launching sometime in 2018.