First generation – high demand from the very beginning
The success story begins in 1999. At the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt/Main, ŠKODA presents the first generation of the ŠKODA FABIA. Just one year later at the Paris Motor Show, in the autumn of 2000, the spotlight is on the ŠKODA FABIA COMBI for the first time. In total, 1,791,000 first‑generation ŠKODA FABIAs have been delivered to customers.
Second generation – the ŠKODA FABIA comes of age
In 2007, ŠKODA launches the second generation of the ŠKODA FABIA. The public can have a first look at the hatchback version at the Geneva Motor Show, the Combi follows several months later at the IAA in Frankfurt/Main. The Combi comes with a boot capacity of up to 1,460 l – 235 l more than the previous generation. In 2009, the ŠKODA FABIA SCOUTLINE is added to the model range. Off‑road elements create a visual contrast to the base model. The ŠKODA FABIA MONTE CARLO celebrates its premiere in 2011. In just over seven years of production, a total of 1,704,100 second generation ŠKODA FABIAs have been delivered to customers.
Third generation – great popularity thanks to new design language
In 2014, following in the footsteps of the ŠKODA RAPID and ŠKODA OCTAVIA, the third-generation ŠKODA FABIA is the third ŠKODA model to exhibit the brand’s new dynamic and emotive design language. Furthermore, it impresses with state-of-the-art safety and infotainment systems. The ŠKODA FABIA III also immediately becomes a firm favourite in its segment. To date, 688,500 vehicles have already been delivered to customers. The current update further sharpens the distinctive profile of the small car and will seamlessly build upon the success of its predecessors. The signs are good, demand for the ŠKODA FABIA continues to be high – the proof is in the sales figures, which have been rising steadily since the current generation launched in 2014.