The new 2019 Skoda Fabia to make its debut at the at Geneva Motor Show 2018

The Skoda Fabia, the second biggest-selling model in the brand’s modern history is embarking on the next chapter of its success story. The new Fabia will make its debut at Geneva Motor Show 2018.

2019 Skoda Fabia Red Front Quarter

The 2019 Skoda Fabia gets redesigned front and rear end including LED head and rear lights. The headlamps, as well as the fog lights, get a new outline and state-of-the-art lighting technology which enhances the look of the car further.

For the first time ever, the Skoda Fabia is being offered with LED headlights with Auto Light Assist and LED rear lights. Another first for this hatchback is the possibility to choose from a range of 18-inch alloy wheel designs to make it look more stylish.

The interior also receives new updates. It now includes a redesigned instrument cluster and two-tone finishes for the seats combining Suedia and fabric. The sports seats come with additional contrasting red stitching. The dashboard also gets new trim strips to enhance the looks.

The new 2019 Skoda Fabia also comes with electrically controlled and heated outside rearview mirrors as standard from the Active trim onwards. Also, all electrically controlled windows now come with one-touch automatic roll-down.

2019 Skoda Fabia Red Rear Quarter

Rear passengers get in the new Skoda Fabia get their own double USB ports and tablet holders. The hatchback also comes with a double-sided mat in the boot, while the Fabia estate model also gets a removable LED torch in the luggage compartment. It also features Blind Spot Detect and Rear Traffic Alert system.

All infotainment system of the new Fabia now have a 6.5-inch display and feature Bluetooth, USB and SD Card connectivity. The Swing Plus and Amundsen versions also include SmartLink+ – a system that can mirror a smartphone via MirrorLink, Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and support the connection of Skoda Connect online services.

The new Skoda Fabia will be rolled out with of four petrol drivetrains each with three cylinders and a capacity of 1.0 litre. The MPI engines feature indirect injection and produce outputs of 60 hp (44 kW) and 75 hp (55 kW) respectively.

The two TSI drivetrains are both packed with advanced engineering, including turbocharging and direct petrol injection, enabling them to generate 95 hp (70 kW) and 110 hp (81 kW). Both TSI engines are fitted with gasoline particulate filter. The most powerful of the quartet of engines can be matched with a seven-speed DSG gearbox as an option.

2019 Skoda Fabia Images:

2019 Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo Images:


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here