Skoda continues the tradition of the sporty Monte Carlo version with the new Fabia. The lifestyle variant can be equipped with four engines between 80 and 150 hp.
Skoda already spiced up the last generation of the Fabia with a more dynamically designed Monte Carlo version. The equipment variant with the black roof and other dark elements found many friends. Skoda does not want to disappoint them and is also putting a Monte Carlo variant on Kiel for the new Fabia. ,
Lots of black elements
Monte Carlo lovers don't have to change. The new Monte Carlo also has the typical black elements that make the Czech appear sportier. In addition to the optional black roof, the radiator grille and frame, the spoiler lip on the specially designed front apron with a large lower air intake, the diffuser in the sporty rear apron, the lettering on the tailgate and the exterior mirror caps, the window frames, the side skirts and the rear spoiler. Monte Carlo badges on the front fenders should not be missing. There are 16 large alloy wheels in the wheel arches as standard – also painted black, of course. Optionally there are 17 or 18 inchers.
Red decorative strips and carbon-look applications also transfer the dynamic appearance to the interior. This is presented predominantly in black. The height-adjustable sports seats have integrated headrests, and the three-spoke multifunction sports steering wheel also bears a Monte Carlo badge. Black stitching adorns the leather covering on the steering wheel rim, the handbrake lever and the shift lever. Targeted red accents can be found on the newly designed seat covers and the horizontal decorative strip on the instrument panel, on the center console and on the strikingly designed door handles. The armrests of the front doors and the lower part of the dashboard are characterized by a specific carbon look. The instruments come up with special Monte Carlo backgrounds. The pedals shine in the stainless steel finish.,
The new Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo can be combined with four petrol engines with a power range of 80 to 150 hp. The basic engine is the one-liter three-cylinder naturally aspirated engine with a manual five-speed gearbox, while the top engine is the 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo petrol engine with a seven-speed DSG. Prices for the Monte Carlo models start at 20,550 euros for the 80 hp petrol engine. The top model with the 150 hp turbo engine is not available for less than 25,880 euros.,
With the last generation of the Fabia, Skoda introduced the more dynamically designed Monte Carlo version. The Czechs are continuing this tradition with the new Fabia.