Special edition Fabia launched to celebrate 100 years of the Monte Carlo Rally
14 January 2011

Skoda has launched its latest special edition Fabia, the Monte Carlo.

Based on the Fabia SE and created to celebrate 100 years of the Monte Carlo Rally and 110 years of Skoda’s participation in motorsport, the special edition features piano-black body trim, black roof, door mirrors and radiator grille, smoked headlights and black 17-inch lightweight alloy wheels.

See the pics of the new Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo

Interior touches include either black or red and black sports seats and red-stitched leather steering wheel, handbrake and gearstick gaiter.

Five engine variants are available – three 1.2-litre units with various power outputs and two 1.6-litre TDI options.

Prices for the entry-level 1.2-litre version with 68bhp start from £12,755, rising to £14,030 for the most powerful 1.2-litre 104bhp TSI. Prices for the diesel versions start at £14,185 with the top of the range TDI CR 104bhp model costing from £15,000.

The new Fabia Monte Carlo is set to make its first public appearance at Rallye Monte Carlo, which runs from 19-22 January.

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