The Second Best-Selling car Model in the History of the Brand, the New Generation SKODA
The SKODA Fabia small hatchback, which released its first-generation model in 1999 and has expired for 22 years, officially released a new fourth-generation model in early May of this year. This hatchback is equipped with many technological equipment and is more enlarged. It has been officially put into production at SKODA’s plant in Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic.
In order to welcome the arrival of the fourth generation of SKODA Fabia, the original factory invested 110 million euros in the transformation of the production line, including many complicated and labor-intensive manual production steps. Now robots are used to perform “fully automated” production to provide more production capacity. And production efficiency, and this production line also shoulders the manufacturing of Scala and Kamiq.
The fourth-generation Fabia is also the first new car built on the MQB-A0 in the history of the car. According to the original factory, it benefits from the MQB-A0 modular chassis platform. The longest of the cars is 4,108mm in length, 1,780mm in length, 1,459mm in height, and 2,564mm in wheelbase. This also means that the luggage compartment of the redesigned Fabai has increased to 380 liters, and all of them are dumped in the back seat. Later, it increased to 1,190 liters in one fell swoop.
In terms of power, the major facelift SKODA Fabia provides a total of 2 MPI natural aspirated gasoline engines and 3 TSI gasoline direct-injection turbo engines. The entry model will be a 1.0-liter MPI EVO three-cylinder naturally aspirated engine that can output 64hp/9.5kgm of maximum horsepower. First, the more advanced power is 79hp/9.5kgm, and both MPI engines are paired with a five-speed manual transmission.
In the part of the TSI turbo engine, the 1.0-liter TSI EVO three-cylinder turbo engine has a total of two power options of 94hp/17.8kgm and 108hp/20.4kgm. The Fabia with 94hp output is only equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, which is more powerful. The rich 108hp models are equipped with a six-speed manual or seven-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission.
After the new-generation SKODA Fabia’s rear seats are fully leveled, the luggage space can also be increased to 1,190 liters. …
After the new-generation SKODA Fabia’s rear seats are fully leveled, the luggage space can also be increased to 1,190 liters. From SKODA.
As for the most powerful SKODA Fabia, it will be equipped with a 1.5-liter TSI EVO four-cylinder gasoline turbo engine with an ACT engine cylinder stop system, paired with a seven-speed DSG dual-clutch gearbox, and a maximum horsepower output of 148hp/25.5kgm. In addition, both TSI and MPI engines have passed the current Euro 6d emission standards.