The Skoda Yeti is now available in Monte Carlo spec, priced from £24,390, and joins its smaller stablemates the Fabia and Citigo in gaining a raft of bespoke styling features, as well as improved comfort and added standard kit.
Based on the more rugged Yeti Outdoor, in Monte Carlo guise the compact SUV gets the rally-inspired Outdoor's signature black roof, with a black finish also making its way onto the front grille, door mirrors, and 17-inch ‘Origami’ alloys.
Standard kit is carried over from mid-range SE trim, but Skoda has built on this for the Yeti Monte Carlo by adding front fog lights – black-tinted, naturally – and bi-xenon headlights with cornering function and dynamic angle control.
Moving inside, there is a three-spoke leather-trim multifunction steering wheel, plus sports seats finished in Monte Carlo upholstery and joined by similarly exclusive detailing for the door sills, instrument cluster and floor mats.
Available in black, red, white, silver or grey paint schemes, Skoda’s latest Yeti variant is powered exclusively by the 168bhp 2.0-litre TDI diesel, and comes with four-wheel drive and a six-speed manual gearbox as standard. Opting for the DSG automatic will set customers back a further £1,100, with this version of the Monte Carlo therefore starting at £25,490.