It might be familiar, but the interior of the fourth-generation Skoda Fabia promises a big step up in design and technology.
Unlike its larger siblings, the new Fabia has round air vents and heavily stylised triangular grab handles on the door arm rests.
There will also be colour accents throughout the cabin to make the environment more cheerful.
Ahead of the driver there’s the brand’s two-spoke steering wheel. Skoda says entry-level models, at least in Europe, will be fitted with an analogue gauge cluster, while higher-spec models will have a completely digital instrument cluster.
A traditional gear lever sticks out of the centre tunnel.
To go along with the interior sketch, Skoda has also unveiled the car’s new word mark, which will appear on the dashboard and, likely, the tailgate.
With the car’s launch just around the corner, Skoda released sketches of the Fabia’s exterior design last week.
Like the Polo, we expect the next Fabia to be powered by a selection of turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder engines.
Thanks a larger body that measures 4107mm long (up 111mm), 1780mm wide (up 48mm), 1460mm tall, and with a 2564mm wheelbase (96mm longer), the new Fabia should be more comfortable for passengers.
It will also have an extra 50L of boot space.