The vehicle marking the two-millionth threshold for Å koda's smallest model is a Satin grey metallic Fabia Combi Sport 1.4.
The Skoda Fabia was first introduced in 1999 and was meant to succeed the Skoda Felecia which was discontinued in 2001. Since that time Skoda has built two million Fabias, the Satin grey metallic Fabia Combi 1.4 milestone car was manufactured at Skoda's Mlada Boleslav plant in the Czech Replublic.
The second generation Skoda Fabia Combi was launched this year in January and has already been delivered to over 19,000 customers. Total demand for the Fabia range this year has amounted to over 63,000 already, 8.5 procent higher than the previous year. The second generation Fabia hatchback was introduced at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show.
The Skoda Fabia is also assembled in Russia, India and Ukraine.