skoda_yeti_04 The new Škoda Yeti is characterised by the symbiosis of a unique design, safety, functionality and comfort.

The new model comes with new engines and new technical solutions, such as the off-road regime that adapts the settings of the electronic systems to driving on rough terrain, an electrically-controlled two-part panoramic sunroof and a fixing system with horizontal slats and movable hooks in the luggage space.

The first Škoda SUV is ready to accept your challenges and exceed all expectations.


The front part of the car, which is dominated by the markedly shaped radiator grill surrounded by four headlights, is a synonym for fun and pleasure from driving, whereas the rear of the five-door hatchback body evokes practicality.

The compact dimensions of the new Škoda Yeti guarantee easy controllability and manoeuvrability in the city; the uniquely robust SUV appearance, which is enhanced by the wide mudguards and silver underbody protection strips, promises a great drive on rough terrain.

In connection with the painted columns, the glass spaces of the windows are stand-out design elements on the exterior that, together with the electrically controlled two-part panoramic sunroof and crossways roofrack, symbolise the airiness of the Yeti.


The new Škoda Yeti offers passengers extraordinary spaciousness, variability and comfort.

The higher position of the seats affords a feeling of safety, an excellent view from the car and easier access. Pleasantly solid filling, marked lateral seat support and adjustable back rests eliminate tiredness on long trips. The VarioFlex system of three separate rear seats guarantees maximum variability of the interior and luggage space.

The new dashboard was specially designed to underline the fresh and restrained interior design. A sufficient amount of storage space and the use of valuable materials are matters of course. You can choose from 16 various colour combinations for the dashboard, upholstery and decorative elements.


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