› Large central display characterises the interior of the fourth-generation FABIA
› Even more space, comfort features as seen in higher-tier vehicles, such as a heated windscreen and a heated steering wheel, and fresh colours
› State-of-the-art connectivity; digital instrument cluster making its FABIA debut
Mladá Boleslav, 4 May 2021 – The FABIA’s interior strikes a perfect balance between emotiveness and ergonomics. Visually, it is characterised by the free-standing infotainment display measuring up to 9.2 inches. In addition to state-of-the-art infotainment systems, the FABIA can also be fitted with a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster for the first time. Comfort features as found in higher-tier vehicles, such as a heated windscreen and heated steering wheel, are other options making their FABIA debut. The ŠKODA FABIA will initially be launched with three trim levels.
Owing to the 94-mm-longer wheelbase compared to its predecessor, the new ŠKODA FABIA offers even more space for passengers, especially in the rear. At now 2,564 mm, the small car’s wheelbase is even greater than that of the first-generation ŠKODA OCTAVIA (launched in 1996) which measured just 2,512 mm. The new interior design further improves the FABIA’s feeling of spaciousness, and will be available in the three familiar trim levels – Active, Ambition and Style – at market launch. The symmetrical dashboard with a free-standing central display and the horizontal decorative strips for which there is a choice of six different versions (depending on the trim level) emphasise the width of the interior. From Ambition upwards, the front section of the dashboard is upholstered in fabric with contrasting stitching. Large circular air vents on the right and left – featuring a chrome trim from Ambition upwards – as well as the newly designed door handles, which are also chrome-plated, create new visual touches.