Skoda has announced the first details on the engine lineup of the new Fabia generation, which will be officially presented to the public during the 2014 Paris Motor Show, in October.
The 2015 Skoda Fabia will be coming with an engine lineup which is meeting the Euro 6 emission standards. Skoda says that four gasoline burners will be offered, and the lineup will be starting with the 1.0 liter three-cylinder direct injected MPI unit and it will end with the four-cylinder 1.2 liter TSI, with outputs ranging between 60 HP (44 kW) and 110 HP (81 kW).
Diesel lovers will be able to choose between the 1.4 liter three-cylinder common rail direct injected engine, with an aluminum block, offering 75 HP (55 kW) and 105 HP (77 kW). This will be joined by a 1.4 liter TDI with 55 kW, coming in with the kinetic energy recuperation, with the start/stop technology and with low-rolling resistance tires. This version will be burning an average of 3.1 liters / 100 km (75.8 mpg US / 91.1 mpg UK) and it will me emitting 82 g/km of CO2. More details on the engine lineup of the new Fabia generation will be announced close to the model’s debut.