Skoda has unveiled the Yeti facelift at the Frankfurt motor show.
The facelift will be offered in two different versions, a ‘City’ edition and an ‘Outdoor’ version. The City’s bumpers, side mouldings and door sills are painted the same colour as the body, while the same elements are finished in black plastic on the Outdoor for a more rugged look.
The revised Yeti features a new grille and rectangular-shaped headlights with optional bi-xenons and LED daytime running lights at the front, and more technical-looking C-shaped lights with optional LEDs and a revised tailgate at the rear.
Several new alloy wheel options are also offered on the facelifted Yeti alongside four new paint colours, a new steering wheel, new dashboard trim and additional fabric seat trims and patterns. New options include an automatic parallel parking system and a rear-view camera. The four diesel and three petrol engines carry over unchanged. The more powerful 168bhp 2.0 TDI engine is offered with an all-wheel-drive, six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission for the first time, while the base 103bhp 1.6 TDI can now be had with an optional seven-speed dual-clutch auto.
For more pictures, head to our Skoda Yeti facelift gallery.