The Yeti however failed to mark its presence Indian market, but Skoda has still decided to update the car.
The car is available in two variants in the international market - a standard 'City' version and a more beefy 'Outdoor' version. The 'Outdoor' version features bolder cues in its body cladding and scuff plates.

Skoda Yeti Outdoor was displayed at the 2014 Auto Expo and was seen testing in India, which paves its way to the Indian auto mart.

The front of the car comes with Skoda's new corporate look. It features wider grille, more angular headlights and a different front bumper. The new model comes with sharper looks than before, however it s distinctive glasshouse remains the same.

Skoda Yeti facelift adorns an electrically adjustable driver's seat, cruise control and even a rear view camera in some of its market. The interior of the car comes with a new three-spoke steering wheel and colour for the plastics.

Skoda Yeti facelift will be powered by a 2.0-litre turbo-diesel in two states of tune - a 108bhp, front-wheel drive and a 138bhp all-wheel-drive version.

There has been no official announcement on the pricing yet however, it is expected to cost 7-8 percent more than the current version of Yeti.