A facelifted version of the Skoda Yeti has been recently spied on the road, while it was being tested in the Czech Republic, camouflaged to look like the outgoing version.
Between the new Octavia, the Octavia RS, the development of the Rapid Spaceback and the much awaited Rapid Sport, the Czech based automaker Skoda has found some time to work on a refreshed version of the Yeti. The model in question was spied in the company’s homeland while it was being tested on a public road and, despite looking like the current vehicle, we assure you that this is the actual facelift.
Our spy photographers have managed to capture the “new” Skoda Yeti on camera and from the images posted below we can clearly see a sharper modeled hood, a new front bumper, an edgier front grille and rectangular headlights. With the new fog lamps and the daytime running lights, the facelifted version of the Yeti will get the same front fascia seen on the Citigo, on the Rapid, on the Octavia and on the Superb facelift. In the rear, similarly changes will be applied, starting with the new bumper and ending with the LED taillights. The upgrade Skoda Yeti is said to go on sale this autumn.