Skoda will launch a new small SUV to replace the Yeti in the second half of 2017, called the Karoq.
The boot has a capacity of 521 litres with the rear seats in place. This increases to 1,630 litres with the rear seats folded down. In combination with the optional VarioFlex rear seats, the boot space is variable and can hold between 479 and 588 litres.
Five engine variants will be available, the most frugal is the 2.0-litre TDI diesel. It produces 150PS and emits 115g/km.
There is also a 1.6-litre diesel with 115PS but it has slightly higher emissions of 118g/km. Undoubtedly the larger engine will cost more so company car drivers should still pay less tax with the smaller unit.
There are also two perol engines, a 1.0-litre TSI and 1.5-litre TSI. Power outputs match those of the two petrols and CO2 emissions are 117g/km and 119g/km respectively.
The flagship engine is a 190PS version of the 2.0-litre diesel. It develops 190PS meaning it can reach 62MPH in less the eight seconds. With four-wheel-drive as standard, emissions are higher at 138g/km.