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.
Buyers will have a wider choice of alloy wheels, including 18-inch rims for the hatchback body style.
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.
Like the previous model, the new Fabia features a reversing camera and auto emergency braking (AEB) up to 30km/h.
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.
Australia-bound Fabias will carry over their existing powertrains; a 70kW TSI petrol engine matched to a six-speed manual, and an 81kW 1.2-litre four-cylinder paired with a seven-speed DSG.
The facelifted Fabia will make its in-the-metal debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which kicks off on March 8.
Will the added technology help the Fabia perform in the showroom? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.