Skoda has unveiled its facelifted Fabia in the lead-up to its official debut at the Geneva motor show next month.
The Czech light car will arrive in the fourth quarter of this year with sharper styling and a comprehensive technology injection.
The Fabia now incorporates LED lights at both front and rear, and the signature grille and rear bodywork have been treated to a more angular design.
Safety-wise, the latest Fabia will offer the latest suite of semi-autonomous driver-assist technologies including blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and auto-switching high-beam headlamps.
The Fabia has also undergone changes inside, with a redesigned instrument cluster, two-tone finishes for the seats and new trim highlights for the dashboard.
The 'Swing' infotainment system has been updated to include a 6.5-inch touchscreen display. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come as standard, though buyers will have to fork out a bit extra for the sat nav system that features real-time traffic information.
As usual, Skoda has embraced its 'Simply Clever' tagline, offering USB ports for the rear-seat passengers, a double-sided boot mat, a tyre-tread measuring tool and a portable LED flashlight for wagon variants.
For the European market, the Fabia will be offered with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder powertrain, producing 44kW and 55kW in the lower-spec naturally-aspirated variants.
Range-topping models add forced-induction, pushing the Fabia's outputs to 70kW and 81kW.