Skoda unveils open-top Fabia
* One-off concept car revealed * No plans for production * Shows how future Skodas will look...
Skoda has unveiled the Fabia vRS 2000 an open-top Fabia concept car.
The Fabia vRS 2000 is a one-off concept car specially built for the GTI-Treffen show an annual festival for the Volkswagen stable of cars in Austria.
Skoda's Fabia Super 2000 rally car was the inspiration for the four-seater, roofless concept car. There are no plans to put the vRS 2000 into production, but Skoda says the car showcases the design cues the company will use in future models.
This 'design language' was first seen in the Vision D concept car at the Geneva motor show earlier this year.
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