One of today’s rumors is stating that the Czech car maker has given the green light for a future city car named the Skoda Joyster which will appear on the market in 2012.
The 2012 Skoda Joyster uses the name from a concept introduced back in 2006 and will share the platform found on the forthcoming VW UP. As it will compete against the Toyota iQ and Peugeot 107, the 2012 Skoda Joyster will be all about urban mobility, and initial powertrain info states that the 1.0-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that will probably be used, will send its juice to the front wheels.
The 2012 Skoda Joyster is also expected to be offered with a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder diesel which should have CO2 emissions below 100 grams per Km.
As the 2012 Skoda Joyster will be the company’s cheapest model, pricing is expected to hover around the 7,500 GBP mark.

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Source: AutoExpress