What the cheapest Skoda Octavia 2020 looks like

What the cheapest Skoda Octavia 2020 looks like

November 18, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The new Skoda Octavia 2020 has been officially launched. The fourth-generation model surprised everyone with design and technology, but now the car has caught on in the cheapest version.

Photos of Skoda Octavia 2020 appeared in the group Škoda Octavia 4 CZ / SK on Facebook. It is easy to guess, the car was noticed on the roads of the Czech Republic. This is currently the cheapest modification you can look at.

The past official debut no longer hides the model’s body under camouflage. However, Skoda has not yet announced the details and cost of individual accessories, so photo spies are still hunting for a novelty on the roads.

Admittedly, it does bear some fruit. After all, the photo captures “Octavia Damage”, which is markedly different from the presentation copies. First of all, the headlights attract attention.

In a simpler modification, the novelty did not receive technological matrix optics. However, daytime running lights remained, even though they were made in the form of simple thin strips.

There are no rails on the roof, which are very popular for station wagons. This is known to be an option. The absence of such elements brings the particular machine closer to the basic modification.

In addition, there is no panoramic roof or even a hatch. You may notice wheel disks (approximately 17 inches in diameter) smaller than the 19-inch ones produced for the Skoda Octavia 2020 top versions.

It is not yet known whether the basic version of the car will get stamped wheels or even the simplest modification boasts cast wheels as in the photo. The cheapest Octavia Damage in 2020 has not yet officially revealed its details.

At the same time, the company would like to keep Skoda Octavia 2020 prices at its predecessor level. In any case, for the basic configuration. How true this is will become known after the price list has been published. For comparison, the former Octavia in the domestic Czech market starts at 450,900 kroons – approximately 17.6 thousand euros.