Skoda has unveiled today the all-new 2014 Yeti Xtreme Concept which will debut on May 28 at the Worthersee festival. The new 2014 Skoda Yeti Xtreme Concept is described as a compact SUV with rally car ambitions. 

On the exterior, the Czech model has received a muscular body kit with bigger air intakes, flared wheel arches and a height-adjustable chassis. Furthermore, we see two hexagonal exhaust pipes and an underbody protection which offers a more rugged appearance for the Yeti Xtreme Concept.

Under the hood of the 2014 Skoda Yeti Xtreme Concept is a four-cylinder, 1.8 liter TSI petrol unit rated at 150 horsepower and 250 Nm peak of torque. The engine resources are sent to both axels thanks to an all-wheel drive system via a six speed DSG gearbox. Under these conditions, the Czech concept can sprint from stand still to 100 km/h in nine seconds, while the top speed is clocked at 192 km/h. 

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Speaking of performances, Skoda Yeti Xtreme Concept has also received Octavia RS-sourced brakes, four individual Recaro seats with four-point safety belts. 

Inside the cabin, the Czech concept comes with carbon fiber accessories, aluminum door panels and a thermos flask built into the holders. 

Source: Skoda