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Old 26th February 2005, 08:24   #1
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Skoda Yeti Design Study for Geneva

Škoda Auto will introduce the Yeti design study at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show.

Škoda’s compact SUV design study implies the company’s potential in a segment that is completely new to Škoda Auto. In terms of size, the Yeti fits between the A0 and A segments; positioning vehciles on the border between different classes is typical of Škoda.
More info and pics at: http://speed.supercars.net/PitLane?v...ID=2&tID=28177
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Old 26th February 2005, 09:50   #2
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I want it....
That's a nice soft roader,
oodles of attitude for both tht road and the dirt....
I like the A-pillar merging into the roof rails into the D-pillar!!
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Looks really bad! If i wanted a softroader, i'd much rather go for the CRV than this!
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well it s a skoda if not for anything else

but then

looks strictly ok

but i like the fog lamp assembly would be really good stuff in the nights

looks a little on the front end though


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Looks more korean than czech.
Fugly car!

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Call me crazy, but I like the look from the front. It is quite refreshing compared to all the same old looking SUVs.

Not so sure about the boxy rear side though.
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Well, I think it looks ok, though personally I prefer curvier lines, that thing looks too squarish for me to truly like it!
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