The car's bonnet, front grille, bumpers and foglights get a new design, and there are new LED headlights. Inside, very slight changes include a new instrument cluster and optional multifunction leather steering wheel.
New options include a foglight cornering function, tinted tail-lights, new 15in alloys and a colour package with a white or black colour scheme for the roof and door mirrors.
Higher trim levels also get a two-tone coloured dashboard, while a high-resolution digital display and light and rain sensors are also optional.
The instrument cluster, which includes the speed indicator, rev counter and fuel gauge, has a new design and comes in two different versions.
Skoda says its 'Simply Clever' features now include an umbrella under the front passenger seat, along with various storage compartments and smartphone holders.
Engines will be carried over from the current model, which means the same 1.0-litre units will be available - with either 59bhp or 74bhp - paired to a five-speed manual gearbox and start-stop system.
There’s no official word on pricing, but it’s unlikely these changes will result in a significant increase. The current model is priced from £10,070 to £11,390.