Skoda unveils details on the new OctaviaNovember 2, 2019
Skoda Corporation is preparing for the debut of the new generation Octavia. The model will demonstrate on November 11, and in Europe it will go on sale this year.
On the eve, official debut official images and some information about the technical characteristics of the sports Octavia RS 2020 were distributed.
The “charged” version of the new product will receive a 2.0-liter turbo engine with a capacity of 245 horsepower, with which a 6-speed robotized transmission will work.
The head light of the new Octavia is designed in a single housing, and the car also got 19-inch wheels with red brake calipers, a modern set of security systems and headlights with LED matrices with an animation option.
The interior of the new generation Skoda Octavia has changed significantly. A 2-spoke multifunction steering wheel, a 10-inch digital dashboard and a projection screen, as well as a widescreen multi-touch display and modernized seats were installed in the cabin.
It should be noted that the new generation station wagon has become longer – 4689 mm, and the width is 1829 mm, the dimensions of the liftback are 4689 mm and 1826 mm, respectively. The distance between the axles is 2686 mm.
The line of engines of the basic variation of the novelty will be presented by a 1.0-liter gasoline power unit with a capacity of 110 hp and a 2-liter engine with a capacity of 190 hp, and another 2-liter turbodiesel with a return of 115 or 200 hp
Together with the power plants will operate a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed robotic gearbox DGS.
They will also offer a hybrid variation, developed on the basis of a 1.5-liter engine with 150 hp, a lithium-ion battery and a starter generator with 48 volts. Skoda Octavia will be available with front-wheel drive, at the same time, for an extra charge, you can get an all-wheel drive system.
In addition, the previously new Skoda Kamiq GT coupe-shaped cross lost its camouflage. The new crossover Skoda Kamiq GT for China is due to debut this month.
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