Skoda has officially pulled the wraps off a brand new one-off model, the so-called FUNstar Concept.
The new Skoda FUNstar Concept has been officially unveiled and it is nothing more than a pickup truck which has been based on the third generation of the Fabia. The model in question has been converted from a supermini to a pickup and it is currently coming as a one-off version because Skoda has no plans of putting this into production. The Skoda FUNstar Concept has some neon green accents which can be spotted on the front grille surround, the LED daytime running lights, the side mirror caps, the side skirts, the lower portions of the bumpers and on the alloy wheels.
The carmaker has also added neons underneath the vehicle, reminding us of the trend set a few years back by NFS, along with LED projectors displaying the company logo, the dual-vented hood, the pickup bed which has been made from stainless steel, frameless body with reinforcements on the sides, widened B pillar and so on. The cabin is now offering two seats and a powerful 1,400-watt sound system, along with the 200-watt subwoofer, a flat-bottomed steering wheel which has been wrapped in leather, neon green accents, touch screen infotainment and more. The FUNstar is riding on 18-inch wheels and it has a 1.2 liter TSI engine under its hood, connected to a 7-speed DSG. The one-off vehicle will be making its public debut next month, at Worthersee.