Hello newbie Skoda Fabia Monte Carlothe sportiest looking member of the fourth generation family.
The Monte Carlo sets it apart from regular Fabias with a subtle black treatment, including a new front spoiler, grille trim, wing mirrors, side sills, side window trims, Skoda and Fabia lettering on the uppers. a more powerful tailgate and rear diffuser.
The alloy wheels also have a large part painted black and range in size from 16 to 18 inches depending on the engine.
The changes on the inside are a bit more eye-catching, mainly thanks to the red metal trim on the doors, center console and dashboard.
Other upgrades include a perforated leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel, stainless steel pedals, leather handbrake, black pillars and front fascia, and sport seats with white stitching and “fiber” upholstery. carbon”.
Vehicles equipped with a 10.25-inch instrumentation display come with unique graphics, while vehicles equipped with the Amundsen infotainment system also have red or white ambient lighting.
Like previous versions of the Fabia Monte Carlo, this trim will be available with a variety of engines.
The most interesting option is, of course, the top variant, powered by 1.5 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine developing 110kW and 250Nm.
Paired with a standard seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and front-wheel drive, the top-spec Monte Carlo accelerates from 0-100km/h in 8.0 seconds and has a top speed of 225km. / H.
In some European countries, engine selection starts with a 59kW/93Nm three-cylinder petrol engine that saves but doesn’t skimp on tires, taking 15.5 seconds to hit 100km/h.
A turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder is also available, and is available in both 70kW/175Nm and 81kW/200Nm specifications. These engines cut the time needed to reach the century mark to 10.5 and 10.0 seconds, respectively.
The 70kW model is available with a five-speed manual transmission, while the 81kW variant comes with a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.