When Skoda launches the hot vRS version of its new Fabia in the latter half of 2008, buyers could be able to extensively personalise their car.
What Car? understands that Skoda wants to offer the car with a huge degree of interior and exterior choices, in the same way that Mini customers can choose paint patterns, stripes and chequers, as well as an array of interior colour and trim options.
Mini reckons only around 5% of its cars are specified the same, and it's thought that the average spend of customers personalising their cars is about £2000. Now Skoda wants a piece of the action.
Coloured roofs, bold exterior stripes, body kits, roofbars a broad choice of alloy wheels and a plethora of interior options could be some of the items Fabia vRS buyers could choose to customise their cars.
The Fabia vRS is likely to share some visual cues from the Fabia S2000 rally concept car shown at the Geneva Motor Show this month (pictured). Flared wheelarches, bonnet vents and rally wheels are just some of the items it could borrow.
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