Last November 2014 at the Essen Motor Show, Skoda revealed the Fabia R5 concept and now, the Czech car manufacturer has unveiled the homologated FIA model. 
As you already know, the new Skoda Fabia R5 is based on the third-generation Fabia and it will replace the Fabia Super 2000. The R5 will adopt a four-wheel drive setup with a 1.6 liter turbocharged engine which will have to deliver at least 265 horsepower.
The engine resources will be sent to the ground via a five-speed sequential gearbox while the car’s total weight must be over 1,230 kilograms. Prior to receiving homologation, Skoda has conducted about 10,000 kilometers of testing in a various range of roads and weather conditions.

Source: Skoda