Skoda Yeti facelift may get a tailgate mounted spare wheel

Posted on: Jan 9, 2013 - 10:54am IST

It is about time for the Skoda Yeti to get a mid life facelift. Skoda has already started testing the facelifted car that is expected to arrive this year in some parts of the world.

2014 Skoda Yeti facelift for China with spare mounted on the tailgate

We brought you the spyshots of the car’s elongated version from China whose BIW (Body in White) pictures were leaked. Today we came across an interesting spyshot of a road test mule of the Yeti which was spotted again in China with a new feature.

Interesting because the test mule bore the spare wheel on the tail gate. The current Skoda Yeti does not have the spare wheel at the tail gate but the spyshot suggests that the facelifted model could get the feature.

Numerous test mules of the Yeti facelift had been spotted in Europe with camouflaged front and rear fascias. The Yeti facelift is expected to sport a comprehensive redesign and that means it will have styling which subscribes to VisonD Concept.

2014 Skoda Yeti facelift for China

Square headlamps and new front grill will align it in line with the new family look. The tail gate also is also expected to be significantly revised with redesigned tail lamps.

Skoda has teased 6 new products in 2013 and the Yeti facelift is definitely one of the new launches.


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2 thoughts on “Skoda Yeti facelift may get a tailgate mounted spare wheel

  1. […] spyshot, the rear fascia of the car is completely out of place from rest of the car. However with backing from earlier spyshots, we deduce that the spare wheel will be mounted at the rear even on the production […]

  2. Could be Better value if the elongated version is a 7 seven seater!!


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Nithyanandh K

As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!