Skoda has created a limited edition Yeti Urban which features up to £2,450 worth of extra equipment.
The new model will be limited to 750 units and is priced from £16,900. Skoda believes the model will appeal to younger and more style-conscious UK buyers.
The Yeti Urban is based on the SE trim but includes DAB digital radio, Amundsen+ satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and a multi-function steering wheel to control the audio system and telephone.
Additional design features include 17-inch black-and-chrome 'Matterhorn' alloys, wheel arch extensions, chrome side strips, silver door mirror caps, silver roof rails and roof stripes. Inside, customers have the choice of red or black sports seats and sunset glass in the rear.
The Yeti Urban is available in two-wheel-drive with manual transmission only, and comes with a choice of two engines. The petrol option is the 1.2-litre TSI 103bhp, which offers fuel economy of 44.1mpg and CO2 emissions of 149g/km. For diesel fans there's the 2.0-litre TDI CR 108bhp DPF, which offers figures of 52.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 140g/km.
The car's exterior can be finished in one of four colours, with no extra charges for metallic paint. The options are Black Magic pearl effect, Candy White, Brilliant Silver metallic and Steel Grey metallic.
Dealers can upsell a number of accessories which include stainless steel pedals (£80), sports exhaust trim (£50), and Nextbase Click 9 Lite Duo portable DVD player with twin nine-inch screens (£315).
The ŠKODA Yeti Urban is on sale from the beginning of April priced at £16,900 for the petrol model and £18,330 for the diesel.
Skoda dealers have sold more than 8,800 Yetis in the UK since it went on sale in 2009.