Skoda Scala received a rally versionSeptember 2, 2019
The new Monte Carlo special version differs from the standard hatchback inside and out.
At the Frankfurt Motor Show, Skoda Scala will debut in the design by Monte Carlo. Such a car is distinguished by black accents in the decor and exclusive to the model 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels.
Among the exterior elements painted black are mirror housings, a radiator grill, inserts on the front bumper, as well as the Skoda inscription on the tailgate. The interior uses upholstery with red stitching, black fabric on the ceiling, as well as leather on the gear selector, handbrake and steering wheel. The pedals have aluminum lining, and standard seats are replaced by sports. Already in the “base” the hatchback received tinted rear windows and a panoramic roof.
The special version got its name in honor of the Monte Carlo rally, in which Skoda has been performing since the beginning of the last century. Previously, Fabia, Citigo, Rapid and Yeti were produced in this version, and now Scala and the Kamiq crossover.
The Scala model joined the Skoda line in 2018. The hatchback is based on the modular architecture of the MQB-A0 with semi-independent rear suspension and exclusively front-wheel drive. The new Volkswagen Polo is built on the same platform. In the European market, Skala is available with a turbo-engine 1.0 TSI (95 or 115 hp), a four-cylinder 1.5 TSI (150 hp), and a 115-horsepower 1.6 TDI diesel engine. Prices start from 21.5 thousand euros.
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