New Skoda Fabia Style 2022 Review

Pubblicato il 16 ott 2021
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New Skoda Fabia Style 2022 Review.

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Version "Style"
Color: Magic Black Pearl
Price: 34.900 $
1.0 TSI | 3 Cyl.Inline
110 HP | 200 NM
Front wheel drive
7-Speed Automatic DSG
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h: 9.6 sec
Maximum speed: 205 km/h
Weight: 1339 kg
Consumption: 6.1 l/100 km
CO2 Emissions: 138 g/km
Trunk space : 380 l -1190 l
Fuel tank capacity: 40 l
Length: 4108 mm
Width: 1780 mm
Width including mirrors: 1954 mm
Height: 1459 mm
Wheelbase: 2564 mm
Turning circle: 10.4 m
Front suspension: Independent type McPherson
Rear suspension: Threaded twist beam

This is the first ŠKODA FABIA to be based on Volkswagen Group’s modular MQB-A0 platform and it outperforms its predecessors in every aspect but with virtually no change in weight. It is 111 mm longer, now measuring 4,108 mm, also making it the first FABIA to exceed the four-metre mark. At 2,564 mm, its wheelbase has gained 94 mm, while the width of the fourth generation has increased by 48 mm to 1,780 mm. The greater exterior dimensions result in even more passenger space. ŠKODA has also increased the FABIA’s boot capacity by 50 l (to 380 l) - the predecessor’s was already the largest in the segment. With the rear seats folded down, the capacity rises to 1,190 l.

Copper-coloured and grey contrasting stitching, as well as decorative features, bring new colour accents to the FABIA’s interior. The new LED ambient lighting (standard in Style) allows the driver to illuminate the decorative trim on the dashboard in white or red. The centre console and front door handles can also be lit up; furthermore, the ambient lighting includes LED reading lights in the front and rear.

The FABIA’s aerodynamics have predominantly been developed using what is known as CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) simulations. During the development phase of approximately three and a half years, the ŠKODA engineers computed more than 3,000 of these simulations. ŠKODA has set a new record in the small car segment by reducing the drag coefficient (cd) to 0.28 - the previous generation was 0.32.

ŠKODA has installed cooling shutters in the front bumper’s lower air inlet - the first time this technology has been used in this vehicle segment. To improve aerodynamics, actively adjustable slats automatically close when there is little need for cooling. This results in fuel savings of up to 0.2 l per 100 km when travelling at a constant speed of 120 km/h, which means that the new FABIA emits up to five grams less CO2 for every kilometre driven with the shutters closed. To allow for a high level of cooling or to accommodate short stops, the system opens the shutters so the maximum amount of air can flow in. To further reduce drag, a larger roof spoiler and side finlets optimise the airflow at the rear. At the front, the air is guided through vents in the bumper, known as Air Curtains, in a particularly aerodynamic manner close to the side of the body and the wheels. Twelve panels now cover a larger part of the underbody instead of three, especially in the areas that are crucial for aerodynamics, such as the engine bay and the axles.

The housings of the electrically adjustable and heated wing mirrors, which for the first time in the FABIA dim automatically on the driver’s side and fold electrically as an option, are smaller than in the predecessor. This improves the car’s aerodynamics, as do the Proxima and Procyon alloy wheels, which also make their FABIA debut and feature special, aerodynamically optimised plastic trims. The wheel options include 14-inch and 15-inch steel wheels, as well as nine different alloys ranging from 15 to 18 inches.

The FABIA can now be ordered with some comfort features that were previously reserved for higher-tier vehicles. These include a heated windscreen for an unobstructed view and increased safety in winter, and a heated leather steering wheel designed in the latest ŠKODA styling with two spokes. A three-spoke sports steering wheel is another extra, with optional shift paddles for the DSG.

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