Skoda has announced plans to introduce a mysterious new concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
For now, the Czech automaker is keeping the name and photos of the car to itself, but the company said that the study will reflect the brand’s new design language that will be applied in the next generation of models.
The car boasts clearly defined shapes and a great sense of detail and a new logo which will adorn new Škoda’s models from 2012.
The concept will also feature Skoda’s new logo, which will feature on all of its cars by 2012. As well as its cars, the firm is promising that the design and layout of its showrooms are going to be substantially modernised, too.
Also, at Geneva Skoda s celebrating 110 years of its motorsport efforts in 2011. To commemorate this landmark, Škoda will premiere the Fabia Monte Carlo, a special-edition model with a sports-tuned chassis, a dynamic look including black accessories and a sports interior.
The brand made a great start to its 110th motorsport season when Freddy Loix in a Fabia Super 2000 finished second at the 100th Monte Carlo Rally in late January.