Skoda Slavia Combi: here is the hypothesis of a new station wagon [VIDEO]

Despite being very famous for its station wagons, Skoda recently announced that it will not make a new Fabia Combi due to stricter Euro 7 emissions regulations. In previous rumors it had emerged that the new sw should have arrived on the market in the course of 2023.  That said, the renderer Theottle imagined what the Skoda Slavia Combi could be , that is the station wagon version of the recent car developed specifically for the Indian market.  Unveiled on November 18 and based on the Volkswagen Virtus, it will be sold exclusively in India, so it will never reach the European market. The new Slavia boasts a body with a wheelbase of 2.65 meters, therefore longer than the 2.56 meters offered by the Fabia.  The extra 9cm would make the economy station wagon much more spacious and attractive to some European motorists who are still fond of this body type. The problem is that the blind carmaker has not given up on station wagons because there are few sales, but because of the high development costs that would not have allowed it to sell the new Fabia Combi at the right price.  Most likely, Skoda will fill the void left by the station wagon with a 100% electric B segment crossover , shared with Volkswagen and Seat. The arrival on the market is expected in the course of 2025.

Despite being very famous for its station wagons, Skoda recently announced that it will not make a new Fabia Combi due to stricter Euro 7 emissions regulations. In previous rumors it had emerged that the new sw should have arrived on the market in the course of 2023.

That said, the renderer Theottle imagined what the Skoda Slavia Combi could be , that is the station wagon version of the recent car developed specifically for the Indian market.

Unveiled on November 18 and based on the Volkswagen Virtus, it will be sold exclusively in India, so it will never reach the European market. The new Slavia boasts a body with a wheelbase of 2.65 meters, therefore longer than the 2.56 meters offered by the Fabia.

The extra 9cm would make the economy station wagon much more spacious and attractive to some European motorists who are still fond of this body type. The problem is that the blind carmaker has not given up on station wagons because there are few sales, but because of the high development costs that would not have allowed it to sell the new Fabia Combi at the right price.

Most likely, Skoda will fill the void left by the station wagon with a 100% electric B segment crossover , shared with Volkswagen and Seat. The arrival on the market is expected in the course of 2025.

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