The Czech based automaker Skoda is seriously thinking to release a larger version of the Yeti on the market, inspired by the MissionL concept seen at Frankfurt Motor Show earlier this year, which could be made on VW Tiguan’s modified platform to cut down some production costs, and the model could debut only in 2016.
Skoda seems to be on top of the wave these days and it’s continuing to end up in our news by starting the production of its VW Up! based Citigo, the Rapid which entered production in India, where the model could actually be the MissionL in a different Indian shape, the Ten millionth landmark set by the Mlada Boleslav plant and this time with the Yeti which might get a bigger brother.
After being a huge success in Europe, the Skoda Yeti is very close to getting a larger version which might be made on a modified Volkswagen Tiguan plant to cut down production costs and the model will borrow some lines from the MissionL concept.
The idea of releasing a new SUV on the market is a part of the Czech strategy to double its sales by 2018 but those are interested in a larger version of the Yeti will have to wait until 2016, when the new model might officially make its debut.