Skoda has been working on the fourth-generation Fabia for quite some time, and it has also been seen a few times in other countries. The automaker has published a few preview drawings of the next generation model ahead of its May unveiling.
In comparison to the third-generation iteration, the teaser drawings reveal a much clearer front profile for the Fabia. LED projector headlamps with L-shaped LED DRLs flank the new Skoda front grille, which has a chrome surround and fog lamps tucked into the front bumper. Multiple character lines and alloy wheels cover the arches on the side profile, but the door handles are slyly obscured in the drawings. It gets LED tail lamps with crystalline elements at the back, which is a characteristic of new-generation Skoda vehicles.
The MQB-A0, the Volkswagen Group’s smallest modular platform, will underpin the fourth-generation. The Fabia will be 111mm longer and 48mm wider than the previous version, with a 50-litre boot space boost. Skoda is expected to have a touchscreen infotainment system, a multimedia driver’s monitor, smart car technology, auto air conditioning, and a sunroof in the fourth-generation Fabia. Adaptive cruise control, multiple airbags, and ISOFIX infant seat anchors are among the available safety features.