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ŠKODA has revealed sketches of the exterior of the new FABIA

After almost five years on the market, Škoda has renewed one of its biggest sales assets, the Kodiaq model.

Pri It's too bad with the first official sketches of the form of the new Fabie they are raising tensions ahead of the model’s official premiere in May. The popular small vehicle from the Czech manufacturer will be significantly larger, more dynamic and, as they say at Škoda, also more emotionally from its successful predecessors.

Transition to transverse modular platform MQB-A0 concern Volkswagen allows for new relationships and even more space for passengers and luggage. Additional highlights are provided by the sharply designed headlights and taillights with LED technology. World premiere of the new Too bad Fabie will be in May this year.

Two sketches the designs show clear, modern and dynamic lines new Fabia, whose fourth generation is 111 millimeters longer and 48 millimeters wider than its predecessor. As a result, in addition to more space for passengers inside, it is also for 50 liters more luggage space. In the sketch of the front, flat headlights and a wide grille can be seen for the first time. Along with the chrome frame and black ribs, it looks sporty and elegant. Large wheels provide a striking visual presence.

Extended roof spoiler with side extensions together with aerodynamically optimized exterior mirrors and an actively adjustable radiator grille for the air supply at the bottom ensure excellent aerodynamics.

Other sketches present modern lighting units in more detail new Fabia. In sharply shaped fronts Full-LED headlights, extending all the way to the grid of the refrigerator, the LED modules are in the form of ice blocks. The L-shaped daytime running light module can also be identified. Brand-specific crystal structures Škoda, are also noticeable in the distinctly flat taillights, which will also be available in the Full-LED version.

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