Skoda will broaden its Monte Carlo lineup past the outgoing Fabia with the Kamiq and Scala, which will likely be introduced on the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Present in September.

Just like the subcompact hatchback, the Scala Monte Carlo and Kamiq Monte Carlo will likely be differentiated by their sportier styling, which is able to comprise primarily of some black particulars and particular badging. Additionally, the fashions will likely be all-show with no additional go, as solely the RS (vRS within the UK) badge denotes efficiency Skodas.

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Named after the Monte Carlo Rally, the primary editions bearing that moniker have been launched in a restricted version of 70 again in 1936. Since 2011, the corporate has used the title on the second- and third-generation Fabia, Citigo, Fast, Fast Spaceback and Yeti. The latter was produced between 2015 and 2017, and the Citigo and Fast Monte Carlos from 2014 to 2019.

“The Monte Carlo Rally and Skoda have a long-standing affiliation, stretching again to over 100 years”, defined the automaker. “As early as 1912, when the Monte Carlo Rally was solely in its second yr, autos from Mlada Boleslav have been among the many rivals.”

With their sporty black particulars, the Fabia Monte Carlo and Fabia Property Monte Carlo are the range-topping variations of the sequence. The hatchback begins at £17,460 ($21,253/€19,095) within the UK, £3,315 ($4,035/€3,625) greater than the entry-level S, and the wagon may be had from £18,345 ($22,331/€20,063), a £3,180 ($3,871/€3,478) premium over the bottom Fabia Property S.

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