Dealers of the brand will continue to offer the current station wagon to customers in parallel with the new generation Fabia hatch. The new-generation station wagon will have to wait.
The new generation of Skoda Fabia, which is expected in 2021, at first will be limited only to a hatchback. A more practical Combi is also announced, however, at a later date.
This information was shared by the head of the company Thomas Schaefer in an interview with journalists of the German magazine Auto Motor und Sport. The current station wagon will be available until the end of 2022. At the beginning of 2023, it will be replaced by a new-generation station wagon.
It turns out that the Czechs will simultaneously sell two generations of Fabia. Why the brand decided to postpone the market debut of a completely new station wagon is not known. However, the automaker can well afford this step: the Czechs have no serious rivals in this niche yet. So the trump card in the face of Fabia Combi can be held.
In addition to the all-new Fabia, next year Skoda will introduce a battery-powered coupe-like crossover Enyaq GT, as well as a large SUV Kodiaq.