2014 Skoda Yeti facelift revealed - comes now in two versions

Skoda has unveiled the updated Yeti, which will make its public debut next month at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The new Yeti gets an updated exterior, fresh interior, new innovative technology features and for the first time in two variants – one for the city and one for the off-road adventurer.

The facelifted Yeti gets a new Skoda front fascia with the familiar grille, new front bumper, new bonnet bi-xenon headlights with LED DRLs and revised tail lights.

The city version of the Yeti (pictured here white) has bumpers, underride guard, side mouldings and door sills are in body colour or and for the Yeti outdoor version remain in black plastic.

Both versions have a ground clearance of 180mm.

The refreshed interior gets a new 3-spoke steering wheels in seven variations, new fabrics and patterns for the seat covers as well as new dashboard trim.

The Yeti is also the first ŠKODA with Optical Parking Assistant, an optional rear-view camera.

The boot capacity is 405 litres and without the rear seats increaes to an impressive 1,760 litres.

Four diesel and three petrol engines with power ranging from 105 hp to 170 hp are offered linked to either manual transmission or DSG.

Both front and all-wheel drive options are available again.

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