Skoda is working on a new generation of Fabia. The B-class hatchback has reached the fourth generation and, according to the Czech car manufacturer, it will be unveiled this Spring.

For the break version of the Fabia we will have to wait until 2023, because this is what Skoda officials confirmed a couple of months ago.

But let’s put the break on hold and discuss a little bit about the new hatchback Fabia. It will be longer, wider and taller compared to the current generation. Also, the model will be based on the MQB-A0 platform, the same architecture currently used by Audi A1, Seat Ibiza or Volkswagen Polo.

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The trunk space will grow to 380 liters, up from 50 liters compared to the current one.

The new Skoda Fabia will also come with lots of safety systems that currently can be found on bigger models. Under the hood there will be new generation petrol units matted to manual or 7 speed automatic transmissions.