Skoda Yeti Xtreme revealed for Worthersee
The Skoda Yeti Xtreme will feature at this year's GTI event at Worthersee. The event will also feature for the first time the Skoda CitiJet.
The Skoda Yeti Xtreme's design is inspired by rally cars and has a matt grey body with a bright yellow green roof. It is powered by a 1.8 TSI engine that develops 152PS and 250Nm of torque between 1,500 and 4,200 rpm. The engine of the Skoda's Yeti Xtreme is mated to a 6-speed DSG transmission and an all-wheel-drive system. Skoda claims that the Yeti does 0-100kmph in nine seconds with a top speed of 192 kmph.
The Skoda Yeti Xtreme is equipped with the Octavia RS brakes, 17-inch alloys covered in offroad tyres, tinted side windows and yellow accents on the roof and wheel rims. The front bumper is a rugged looking unit while there are LED headlights and a modified suspension. The Yeti Xtreme is also fitted with a redesigned rear bumper and two exhaust pipes.
The Skoda Yeti Xtreme is equipped with the Octavia RS brakes, 17-inch alloys covered in offroad tyres, tinted side windows and yellow accents on the roof and wheel rims
The interior features four individual Recaro sports seats with integrated four-point safety belts along with 'Super Sport' steering wheel with integrated gearshift paddles, carbon fiber parts, and an aluminum floor panel. There also various other trim parts made of carbon and aluminum, as well as Alcantara styling accents. An iPad cradle is integrated into the dashboard along with a first aid kit into the glove box.
After being completely redesigned in 2013, the Skoda Yeti is is now available in two new versions- the Skoda Yeti for the city, and the Skoda Yeti Outdoor for rough terrain. Around 640,000 Yetis have been sold to date.
There also various other trim parts made of carbon and aluminum, as well as Alcantara styling accents in the cabin
The Skoda CitiJet which is a city-cabriolet based on the Citigo will also be on display. The two-seater is the result of a project which Skoda apprentices built.
The CitiJet has a distinctive metallic finish in blue and white and sports blue painted 16-inch alloy wheels. There is also a handmade rear spoiler and an exhaust with two tailpipes. A 75PS 1.0MPI engine powers the CitiJet
The interiors are similar to the Citigo Sport. In addition, a special sound system with a power of 300 Watt is installed. The blue LED interior lighting system responds to music.
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