Skoda has released the first pictures of the production version of the Roomster, which will get its public unveiling at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.
As expected, the production version differs from the concept car in a number of areas, notably a change to a more practical tailgate from the concept's all-glass unit. And, as one perceptive reader suggested in the comments section of our previous Roomster post, the asymmetrical design of the concept, with a single sliding door on the passenger side, has given way to a symmetrical treatment with dual sliding doors. Regrettably, the distinctive wraparound front glass has also failed to make the transition to production.
No interior details have been released yet. More pics after the jump.
Thanks for the tip, CJ!
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