While the prototype still wears a bit of disguising on the lamp units front and rear and especially on the c-pillar, it's clearly visible the new Fabia will get a front-end similar to the Roomster.

Fabulous Fabia flashed

At the Paris Motor Show in September this year, Skoda officials confirmed that the Fabia will be replaced by a new model in early 2007, and here’s final prove that the company is at full throttle developing their very successful entry-level model.

Left- and right-hand-drive models are currently tested around the Mlada Boleslav factory almost every night. While the prototype still wears a bit of disguising on the lamp units front and rear and especially on the c-pillar, it’s clearly visible the new Fabia will get a front-end similar to the Roomster.

The black A and B-pillars add to a sportier look, and - although the outer dimensions of the car seem quite unchanged – it is obvious that the next Fabia generation’s styling is much younger and up to date compared to today’s conservative original.

The new car will make its first public appearance at the 2007 Geneva Show, but we expect to see factory photos yet in January.

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