Skoda will debut its Yeti at the Geneva auto show next month.
Skoda describes the SUV-styled Yeti as a practical solution for customers who want a compact car that is robust, safe and has universal appeal.
A spokesman for the carmaker said the Yeti will compete with the Kia Soul and Nissan Qashqai when it goes on sale in September.
The Yeti is based on the design study of the same name that was unveiled in 2005.
"The Yeti is designed for both urban and leisure driving and features state-of-the-art technology that ensures excellent behavior on the road and great riding qualities off-road," Skoda said in a statement.
Skoda will also give a world debut to GreenLine version of its Octavia lower medium car.
GreenLine is the badge Skoda uses for its most fuel-efficient cars.
The Octavia GreenLine has fuel consumption of 4.4 liters per 100km and CO2 emissions of 116 grams per kilometer.