Production Skoda MissionL Rendered, Including Combi

A couple of weeks ago, we laid eyes for the first time on the MissionL Concept during its debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show. Despite not having door handles, Skoda couldn’t really fool us into thinking it was only a concept, as real brake lines were run an most of the body panels looked like they were finished on a factory floor.
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This was a production model with the exception of the headlights and some other little touches. But the French publication has put it all together and created a few renderings showing what the car might look like when it goes into production in a couple of months.

The four-door sedan will fit into the Skoda range between the Fabia and Octavia, and will take on the Chinese and Russian markets. An Estate version is also likely to arrive, but it’s too early to say when this will come.
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