Skoda will be out in full force at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show with a new range of EMO concepts, the new Yeti and the GreenLine.
Skoda Auto will introduce several new vehicles at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show which starts in less than three weeks. The first of these will be the Skoda Yeti which is a vehicle based on the Yeti design study of 2005. It's designed for urban and off-road driving but without compromising on either experience.
The second Skoda scheduled for a Geneva debut is the Octavia GreenLine which is a member of the eco-friendly cars from the Skoda brand. The GreenLine features a 1.6 TDI CR engine that produces 77kW (105bhp) and 250Nm at 1900rpm. It comes with a diesel particulate filter as standard. Figures provided by Skoda show that the GreenLine engine will achieve 4.4 l/100km (64.2 mpg UK) with a C02 emissions figure of 116 g/km.
Last but not least new EMO concepts are to be unveiled at the same Skoda stand. These are design studies that aim to show off the emotional expression of Skoda design team's talents.