The Czech car manufacturer Skoda has revealed the new models of the Yeti and Spaceback at the ongoing Frankfurt Motor Show. The brand, a few months earlier announced that they will be launching 8 new cars in the global automobile market, and also plans to amplify their sales to at least 1.5 million every year within 2018. So the newly launched Spaceback and the Yeti may be the result of their expansion sketch.
The Yeti has completely been modified, it looks like a Yeti from the future. According to the company’s statement this car will be available in 2 models, the Yeti Outdoor for rugged environment use and the standard Yeti for a metropolitan use. Both the cars feature a new front and rear blueprint, all wheel and front wheel drive option, an unsullied interior and a wide range of engine and transmission options. All the models of the Yeti are expected to batter the European shore by the end of this year. The new urban Yeti has body colored bumpers, side trims, Underride guard and door sills. The Yeti Outdoor on the other hand has black bumpers, side trims, door sills and Underride guard to give it that off-road stance. The customers will be able to choose from 7 different engine trims, all wheel or front wheel drive with Haldex 5 clutch, and a DSG gearbox with any engine combination.
The people who choose the Spaceback will be offered with 4 petrol and 2 diesel engine variants, and a new GreenLine version with 99 grams Co2 emissions per liter. The new car is equipped with a 3-spoke steering wheel, trim lines and new fabrics. The boot capacity is 415 liters which can be increased up to 1,380 liters with the rear seats folded. There is more than sufficient head and legroom for the second row passengers, which may be the plus factor of this car when compared with its rivals.