Skoda carmaker will introduce the Yeti design study at the Geneva International Motor Show. The model does not have aggressive features, but it is friendly and it is fit for city driving.
Skoda Auto will introduce the Yeti design study at this year's Geneva International Motor Show.
Skoda's compact SUV design study implies the company's potential in a segment that is completely new to Skoda Auto. In terms of size, the Yeti fits between the A0 and A segments; positioning vehciles on the border between different classes is typical of Skoda.
The Skoda Yeti study demonstrates characteristics of future Skoda vehicles, indicated previously by the Škoda Roomster concept. Wrap-around windscreen, coated windscreen side pillar, and characteristic roof covering - to name just a few features of the new design trend.
The study design lacks aggressive features. The Yeti is perceived as a positive, friendly object representing an enjoyable contrast to other off-road and sports utility vehicles. This concept makes the Yeti as fit for city driving as off-road exploration.
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