The Škoda Felicia, (Typ 791) was a supermini car produced by the Czech carmaker Škoda Auto from 1994 to 2001. It was the last model on Škoda's own platform, but was one of the first models to benefit from Škoda Auto's takeover by the German company Volkswagen Group. The Felicia was a reworked version of the Favorit, but had a fresh, more modern appearance, with a redesigned front end and a wider range of engines. It was premiered in October 1994 on the Charles Bridge in Prague. Serial production of the hatchback began in October 1994, the combi in June 1995, the pick-up in August 1995, and it ended in June 2001.
The name Felicia was not used for the first time, resurrecting a nameplate originally used by Škoda in the 1960s for a range of two-seater sports cars.