2021 Skoda Fabia breaks cover in camouflage
We’ve been treated to some pictures of the all-new 2021 Skoda Fabia in camouflage ahead of the car’s debut later this year.
Here’s everything we know so far about the upcoming fourth-gen supermini.
Skoda Fabia styling
Although the styling is largely hidden, we can clearly make out that the new Fabia borrows styling elements from the newest additions to the Skoda family.
That means a slim set of headlights and a more aggressive look than before up front. What’s not so easy to make out from the photos, is that the Fabia has grown.
It’s actually set to be more Golf-sized than Polo-sized. In fact, it’s wider and taller than its German sibling, and even has a longer wheelbase.
It’s all thanks to a new platform, which has given interior space quite a boost – the boot has increased by 50 litres to 380 litres of cargo space.
Skoda Fabia interior and tech
Aside from the boost in space, we haven’t seen any pictures of the revamped interior yet. It’ll likely get a very similar infotainment system to those seen in the newest Skodas, while the company has confirmed its ‘simply clever’ features will be present.
This time in the form of flexible storage compartments, removable cup holders and even a removable sun visor for the panoramic roof.
Skoda Fabia engines
The Fabia is set to be available with a range of petrol engines, ranging from a 1.0-litre three-cylinder producing 65hp up to a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder producing 150hp. Three other levels of power are available, with 80hp, 95hp and 110hp 1.0-litre units making up the middle of the range.
Entry-level cars get a five-speed manual, while more potent models get a choice of a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic.
Skoda Fabia prices and leasing plans
The Fabia is set to be revealed in full later this year, so we’ll bring you the full details when we know more.