First published by Russian website Autowp, the leaked pictures show the 2014 Yeti will feature a more aggressive front bumper design, as well as a new grille, restyled bonnet and refreshed tail-lights.
It also looks to have replaced the original car’s black plastic lower-body cladding with body coloured items and the existing black roof rails with silver versions.
The Yeti’s headlights seem to have undergone the most change, ditching the pre-facelifted car’s twin headlight arrangement for a sleek, single unit design.
One thing that hasn’t changed is the Yeti’s eccentric pillar treatment, with only the B-pillars being body coloured.
Inside, the car reveals few changes. There are new trim options and a revised steering wheel, but all is on par with standard Volkswagen Group fare.
The first-generation Skoda Yeti made its debut at the 2009 Geneva motor show.