2013 Skoda Yeti facelift spied
Last Updated at
- 02:40 am, May 30, 2012
The abominable Czech snowman’s caught on cam while it was doing its testing chores wearing World War inspired dazzle camouflage!
With the updated Skoda design language on its way of getting its first production appearance with the MissionL-inspired European Rapid, the other cars in the Skoda camp have already lined up for their respective facelifts. While the updated Superb has been caught testing a couple of times already, it is now the turn of the Yeti to get caught in the act. As you can see from the images below, the abominable snowman is wearing World War inspired dazzle camouflage that hides the face and the tail of the compact crossover.
The bonnet will get a redesign with a MissionL inspired form that has a notch protruding into the grille, with the Skoda emblem sitting prominently on it. The headlights and the signature fog lights are also expected to undergo a design / detailing change, considering they are being hidden inside the camo too. The bumpers look like they will get new shapes for the vents and air-dams.
The tail too has been hidden completely – hinting towards revised tail-lamps, rear bumpers and minor nips & tucks borrowed from the new design philosophy. The interiors are expected to get new materials and trims with a few additional features to stay up-to-date.
It is still too early to speculate when the Skoda Yeti facelift will make its way into the market – but we are sure that it won’t come to India before 2013. Stay tuned to OnCars for more information on the Skoda Yeti facelift.
Image source: AutoBlog.it
First Published on 02:40 am, May 30, 2012
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