Skoda will reportedly be showing off its next generation Skoda Yeti at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show and while much isn’t known about the upcoming Yeti, new photos have emerged on the web.
From the looks of it the next-gen Skoda Yeti shares design and styling cues with Skoda Kodiaq and more or less looks like a downsized version of latter. The car has a lot of resemblance to the Kodiaq itself because of its uncanny resemblance with its elder sibling.
The test Yeti has the same green body colour that is one of the color options for the Skoda Kodiaq. The Yeti has similar design features, character lines, very similar underbody plastic cladding, among other things. The next-gen Yeti is quite smaller than the 7-seater SUV and packs different set of taillamps and window design. The D-pillar is also slimmer, the roof rails are different and so are the wheels and rear bumper.
Skoda Yeti is not that bad a car; however, the Yeti hasn’t really managed to appeal to the masses. The Yeti has a structure that resembles a lot like SUV and for all those who aren’t able to afford a full-sized SUV could definitely go for Skoda Yeti.
Yeti is a quirky 5 seater softroader that inherits design cues from the new Skoda Kodiaq; however, as far as power and performance are concerned, it will be a a road-focused SUV with some off-road capabilities.
Skoda is yet to officially reveal the technical details and specifications of Yeti; however, we have heard from various sources that the new Yeti will use the same 2.0 litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine that powers the Volkswagen Tiguan.