The third generation Skoda Fabia Combi has been spotted on the Nürburgring while conducting some last-minute testing.

The third generation Skoda Fabia Combi has been spotted on the Nürburgring while conducting some last-minute testing.

Seeing such a high amount of camouflage on this 2015 Skoda Fabia Combi prototype comes as a surprise since the car's design is pretty much known after having a look at the hatchback. Likely to be one of the most spacious models in its segment, the Fabia Combi is rumored to be 50 percent based on the Volkswagen Group's MQB platform, 40 percent on the PQ26 which debuted in the facelifted Polo and the rest of 10 percent on the PQ25 that underpinned the outgoing model.

The old Fabia Combi has a 505-liter trunk but the capacity is expected to grow to an estimated 520 liters with the seats in position. Folding down the rear seats will likely increase the figure to approximately 1,500 liters compared to the previous Fabia Combi which offers 1,485 liters.

Like the hatchback, the Fabia Combi will be available with as much as seventeen Simply Clever features along with MirrorLink technology allowing users to access their smartphone applications straight from the infotainment's display.

We won't be too surprised if Skoda will bring the Fabia Combi to next month's Paris Motor Show.

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Fully camouflaged 2015 Skoda Fabia Combi spied on the Nurburgring