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Set to debut at the Paris Motor Show together with its hatchback model, Skoda has revealed the estate version of its all-new third generation Fabia, the Combi.

“The new ŠKODA Fabia Combi is the perfect combination of space, functionality and emotionally-rich design. On top of that, it scores with modern technology. A modern, fresh car that stands for the best brand values of ŠKODA with the largest interior space in the small car estate segment. At the same time it extensively meets the increased requirements on connectivity and customisation,” says ŠKODA Chief Executive Officer Prof. Dr. h.c. Winfried Vahland.

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Apart from being in a slightly longer estate form, the Combi’s front and rear are identical to the hatchback model, which is said to incorporated some elements from the VisionC Design Concept show car showed earlier this year at the Geneva Motorshow.

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However, it does boasts more interior area in which the Combi is said to offer 530 litres of trunk space. The trunk capacity increases to 1,395 litres, when the rear seats, which can be folded in two positions, is down.

It also has what Skoda call “Simply Clever” solutions, which is basically 17 practical features of storage spaces, water bottle holders of all sizes, small storage nets and special trunk compartments.

Smartphone connectivity is handled by MirrorLink and SmartGate technology and infotainment systems are an all-new concept based on Volkswagen’s MIB technology. Other features include KESSY (Keyless Entry Start and Exit System), front and rear parking sensors, Rain-Light Assistant, C-EPS (Column-Electric Power Steering), and a large panoramic glass roof.

Under the hood, Skoda said that a total of three petrol and three 3-cylinder diesel options are offered. Meeting EU6 emissions standards, the petrol engines vary from 74 to 108 hp, and 74 to 103 hp for the diesel powerplants. Another engine, supposedly for the Skoda Fabia Combi GreenLine, will be made available next year, is said to consume just 3.1 litres per 100 km and emits 82 g per kilometer of CO2.

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