Chief among the upgrades, however, is the new infotainment touchscreen on the dashboard. Internet radio, real-time traffic updates and a Wi-Fi hotspot for passenger devices are now possible, thanks to an integrated SIM card, while other firsts for the Fabia include connectivity wireless smartphone, gesture control and the introduction of Skoda voice control. assistant, Laura.
Skoda offers three infotainment systems in the new Fabia: Swing, with a 6.2-inch touchscreen, DAB radio and four front speakers; Bolero, which gains an 8.2-inch screen, Bluetooth and surround sound; and Amundsen, which offers a 9.0-inch screen and most of the new features, including connected services such as Skoda’s eCall emergency response system and remote vehicle access.
A 10.25-inch digital instrument display is also available as an option, along with “other options making their Fabia debut,” including a heated windshield and heated steering wheel.
The new Fabia has a more complete range of engines than its predecessor, all of which run on gasoline and meet current Euro 6d emissions standards.
Evolutions of the naturally aspirated three-cylinder 1.0 MPI unit open the range with 64 hp and 79 hp. They are paired exclusively with a five-speed manual gearbox for a 0-62mph time between 15.1sec and 15.5sec, combined fuel consumption of 55.4mpg and CO2 emissions of 116–131. g / km.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-12 13:40:24