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Skoda reveals all-new Fabia Combi at Paris Motor Show


Skoda raised the curtain on the all-new Fabia Combi at the Paris Motor Show, today, alongside the new Fabia Hatchback.

The all-new Fabia Combi aims to be ‘simply clever’, offering more technology, storage and features than its predecessor.

Customers can choose from a total of three petrol and three diesel engines – all with a Start-Stop System and brake energy recovery. Petrol engines power output ranges from 74bhp to 108bhp. The new three-cylinder diesel range offers between 74bhp and 103bhp.

WIth an emphasis on horizontal lines, interior features include folding rear seats (in two positions), a touchscreen display with swipe operation, new MirrorLinkTM and SmartGate technology to pair the car with a smartphone, driver activity assistant technology to detect fatigue in a driver and hill-hold control – plus, a wide array of colour combinations available.

Distinctive exterior elements are, as in the hatchback, the razor-sharp wide headlights, the crystalline glass cut and the characteristic slatted grille. And, for the first time, customers can order the Fabia Combi with a large panoramic glass roof.

Skoda CEO Prof. Dr. h.c. Winfried Vahland said: "The new Skoda Fabia Combi is the perfect combination of space, functionality and emotionally-rich design. On top of that, it scores with modern technology,

"A modern, fresh car that stands for the best brand values of Skoda with the largest interior space in the small car estate segment. At the same time it extensively meets the increased requirements on connectivity and customisation."

The all-new Skoda Fabia Combi will go on sale early 2015.

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