Skoda showed the interior of the successor of future sports modelsSeptember 6, 2018
The company Skoda has published a teaser image and video, which shows the interior of the concept car Vision RS. This prototype is designed to give an idea of the future “charged” models of the Czech brand. The public premiere of the concept will take place in October at the Paris Motor Show.
Interior Vision RS will receive the finishing with carbon fiber and crunch. The car will receive sports seats, a digital instrument panel, a large touchscreen display of a multimedia system.
The overall length of the car is 4.3 m, width – 1.8 m, and height – 1.4 m. The size of the wheelbase will be 2.6 meters. The company said that when developing the Vision RS, great attention was paid to aerodynamics. Distinctive features of the concept car were low-set head lights, a large optimized roof spoiler and rear diffuser.
For the first time the abbreviation “RS”, meaning “Rally Sport”, was used in 1974 on racing prototypes Skoda 180 RS and Skoda 200 RS. Subsequently, based on these cars, the Skoda 130 RS was created, which became one of the most successful rally cars of the 1970s. Since 2000, the abbreviation “RS” has been used on charged modifications of Czech brand models. The first was Octavia RS, and in 2003 Fabia RS appeared.
The next representative of the RS family of the Czech brand will be a sports version of the crossover Kodiaq, the public premiere of which will also take place within the framework of the Paris Motor Show. The novelty, equipped with a 240-hp two-liter turbo four, has already managed to set the record of the “Northern loop” of the Nurburgring among cars with a seven-seat saloon.