Skoda Auto is going to display a new logo soon in this year. The Czech automobile maker has confirmed that it will unveil the new logo at the upcoming 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
According to Autoplugged.com, the new logo will be used globally on all models from 2012 and changes to the traditional winged arrow logo include a new spectrum of colors. Company also told that this model will be more distinct and precise in outlook. The new logo decided by the company is for company’s unique identification in future out of which the one with green arrow over black background will be employed for the brochures and corporate communications whereas the one with silver arrow over black background will be used to decorate Skoda car models.
As the company is celebrating 110 years of motorsports involvement in 2011, it will launch a special-edition Fabia variant named the ‘Fabia Monte Carlo’. The car will feature a sport-oriented chassis, a different look courtesy black accessories and a different interior.