If you’re a Skoda fan and you have a soft spot for Yeti, then here’s great news. Yeti is headed for a facelift as the Skoda engineers and designers have started to work hard in order to refresh Yeti’s look and performance. Pictures of the updated Yeti being tested have started to make the rounds and that only makes it possible for us to see what this facelift means, at least part of it.
As can be seen from the pictures, the refreshed Yeti comes with a new front fascia, larger air inlets and the bonnet has a MissionL inspired form. The grille has been redesigned being similar to the one Skoda Rapid features and the front headlights and fog lights have been reworked.
The rear is said to sport new tail-lamp arrays, revised bumpers as well as fresh valance. The interiors will also be updated with new trims, materials and features. Although the changes might not be that significant, the update is meant to keep the popular Yeti competitive at least until the next-generation comes out.
There are no details related to the engine that will power the updated Yeti but stay tuned as we’ll let you know more about this update as soon as new information is available.