The interior of the sport version is made in black with red accents, and its main features are bucket seats with developed lateral support, a multifunction steering wheel “cut off” from the bottom and a “carbon look” insert on the front panel, as well as stainless steel pedals. For the first time, the Fabia Monte Carlo is available with a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, which can be ordered at an additional cost.
The list of available equipment includes a multimedia system with a display with a diagonal of 6.5 to 9.2 inches, a top-end Amundsen audio system and five USB-C inputs. The hatchback also has adaptive cruise control operating at speeds up to 210 kilometers per hour, a parking assistant and up to nine airbags. Another paid option is a suspension lowered by 15 millimeters.