Named as a tribute to the Czech Republic manufacturer's founding fathers, Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement, the new vehicle stands out in particular for the long list of additional interior and exterior features which it grants motorists when compared to the standard Skoda Yeti.
Long-time fans of the series who walk around the new range-topping Skoda Yeti Laurin & Klement, for example, will notice that the vehicle has been fitted with striking 17-inch Annapura polished alloy wheels.
Keep on analysing the car's exterior and motorists will also find that this new Yeti comes packed with sleek silver roof rails, black side protective moulding detailing with chrome ledge and the inclusion of an auto-dimming driver's door mirror.
In further homage to Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement, the car's front mud guards are also inscribed with the letters L&K.
One of the first features that drivers will surely spot once stepping behind the wheel of the Skoda Yeti Laurin & Klement is a high-tech Columbus satellite navigation system with DAB radio functionality on the car's dashboard.
Comfort is also assured on every road trip, thanks to Skoda fitting its new Yeti with black leather seats, which are styled in silver stitching and, once again, the L&K logo.
A three-spoke black multi-function leather steering wheel will be a joy to handle too, while piano black cabin inlays and floor mats decorated in silver stitching gives the Yeti Laurin & Klement's interior plenty of character.
Skoda has also chosen to make its new top-of-the-range Yeti available in all exterior colours as is seen on the previous models, with the exception of the Corrida Red and Pacific Blue hues.
The Skoda Yeti Laurin & Klement vehicle hits UK roads later this year.
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