SKODA sold about 500,000 units of the current third-generation Fabia and more than four million units since the original was put on sale in 1999. The Czech automaker has cut a design sketch showing the front of the car that will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March. “The revised version of Skoda Fabia 2019 will also feature new” Simply Clever “features, and the International Motor Show in Geneva in March 2018 will be the world premiere of the new Skoda Fabia, a model that plays a key role in current models of the Czech car manufacturer.
Although the details of the updated light trap are rare, Skoda Fabia 2019 as a “major design revision,” including the availability of LED headlights and taillights for the first time.
Other highlights include a cool exterior look and “state-of-the-art technology” that will bring the hatch and the Czech wagon into line with the new generation of the new generation Volkswagen Polo. Skoda says the revised design will give the Fabia a “much stronger look,” while the new technology will include adaptive cruise control and the latest infotainment systems from the Volkswagen group, potentially including the availability of a group of fully digital instruments.
The new Fabia will be delivered with the same 1.0-liter three-cylinder gasoline engines as the old car. There will be an entry-level model of 60 hp (better avoided unless you make all your trips in town), a more powerful version of 75 hp and two turbocharged models of 95 hp and 110 hp respectively.
The most powerful 110hp car will be the only one available with an automatic transmission – a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox that is worth paying extra if you do a lot of stop-start driving.
Skoda has confirmed that the new Fabia will go on sale in the second half of 2018. It should cost roughly the same as the outgoing car £ 11,370 but we will have to wait until it debuts in public at Geneva Salon 2018 in March for official prices to be confirmed.