Czech automaker Skoda has unveiled today the facelifted version of the Yeti which will be shown to the public for the first time in September at 2013 IAA. Featuring the now familiar look, the car comes with bi-xenon headlights, sporty front bumper, revised hood and LED daytime running lights. Moving at the rear we find tweaked taillights and a slightly different bumper. The white Yeti is the city version while the green one is the off-road model which can be distinguished by its black door sills, side mouldings, bumpers and underride guard.
Skoda will be selling the 2014 Yeti with four diesels and three gasoline engines, starting up with the 1.2 TSI that delivers 105 HP and ending with the 2.0 TDI which produces 170 HP. These mills are mated to FWD or AWD setup and to 6-speed manual or 6/7-speed DSG. If fuel economy is your top priority, opt for the GreenLine model that has a 1.6 TDI with 105 HP working together with a FWD and manual gearbox. This will do 51.1 mpg US (61.4 mpg UK or 4.6 liters / 100 km), with CO2 emissions standing at just 119 g/km.