Geneva 2011: Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo

6,873 reads

Skoda has unveiled its limited edition Fabia Monte Carlo racer at the opening of the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. The automaker built this vehicle to celebrate the rally's 100th anniversary. The Fabia features an exclusive exterior design along with a black roof, gloss black accents, and tinted lighting units. The suspension has also been altered to give it a more aggressive stance, and the 16-inch lightweight alloy wheels round off the exterior embellishments.
How Useful Can A Spoiler Be On A Regular C... Ford May Not Build A Fiesta RS, Still Plan... Did The EPA Just Kill All Of Your Racing D...
Inside, the cabin has rally-inspired designs from the sport seats to the perforated leather steering wheel, silver kick plates and aluminum pedals. Under the hood, there are a variety of different engines that will be offered. The entry-level is a 1.2-liter gas with 59-horses, while the 1.2-liter TSI makes 85-hp.

Related cars: