Skoda has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, a special edition of the Yeti named the Sochi, during the 2012 Moscow Motor Show.
According to the Czech based automaker, the Skoda Yeti Sochi special edition has been made in order to celebrate the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, even if the Summer Olympics have just ended in London, and the model’s name has been inspired from the Russian city which will host these games.
Skoda is saying that the Yeti Special Edition is getting a candy white exterior paint job with unique alloy wheels and special badging, which will differentiate it from its regular brothers or sisters. Change in the cabin on the Skoda Yeti Sochi special edition are limited and they include the two-tone seats with Sochi 2014 tags, exclusive door sill plates and blue contract stitching.
The 2013 Skoda Yeti Sochi special edition is powered by a 1.8 liter TSI petrol engine which is developing a total output of 150 horsepower (152 PS / 112 kW), mated to a dual-clutch transmission powering the all-wheel drive system. The Yeti Sochi will go on sale in Russia next year and more details about it, including the price list, will be announced close to its launch.