It seems like the Skoda Yeti facelift would soon be launched in European market. Images of the Yeti refresh recently leaked on to the cyber space and here we have all those images, coupled with some date, to give you a fair idea of what the Yeti facelift would be like.
In line with Skoda’s new design language, the car will get a revised front fascia which seems to have borrowed plenty of design cues from the much publicized Vision D concept. The current Yeti’s uniquely positioned auxiliary lamps are conspicuous by their absence on the Yeti facelift and the refreshed car gets more square-ish headlamps. Other than all this, the front-end also gets a new bumper, a new front grille and new badges. We feel that the designers at Skoda have done a neat job with giving a sense of sophistication to the Yeti’s front end. The car definitely looks like it belongs to the family of new Octavia and international-spec Rapid.
At the rear, the Skoda Yeti facelift gets a new set of taillights which feature a LED C motif. Also visible in the pics is some surface treatment on the fifth door, similar to what we have seen on the Rapid and the new Octy.
Other exterior styling changes include fully body colored bumpers and a set of new design alloy wheels.
The Skoda Yeti facelift would also get a new steering wheel and an upholstery change for the interiors.
Safely expect the current Yeti’s engine options to be carried over to the facelift. Also expect the Yeti facelift to make its public debut at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
Source – AutoWP.ru