Skoda has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, a special edition of the Yeti, named the Laurin & Klement Edition.
After the Czech based automaker has announced its plans, not too long ago, to offer six new models by the end of this year, the car manufacturer is now entering our news once again, this time with a special edition of the Yeti, which has been recently unveiled. The model in question has been named after the company’s founders, Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement, and it’s coming with silver roof rails, with bi-xenon headlights and with 17-inch alloy wheels, amongst others.
According to the car manufacturer, the Skoda Yeti Laurin & Klement Edition is also getting some limited interior changes, such as the leather seats, the alloy pedals, the gloss black trim, the Laurin & Klement door sill plates and a lot of special badging. Skoda says that the engine options on the Yeti Laurin & Klement will be carried over from the regular model and the 1.2 liter TSI petrol, along with the 1.6 liter TDI diesel, will produce 105 HP. Additional details on the model, including its price and availability, will be announced shortly.