An impressive start for the new ŠKODA OCTAVIA: 700 guests, among them many VIPs, were present on Monday night at the Prague National Gallery’s Trade Fair Palace to witness ŠKODA introduce the fourth-generation ŠKODA OCTAVIA. The ŠKODA best-seller entered the limelight to the sounds of “Opus OCTAVIA”, a special piece composed by jazz musician Jesse Milliner for the occasion and performed by the Czech Philharmonic and the Time for Three string trio. Tens of thousands of fans followed the presentation online via livestream.
The all New Skoda Octavia
The OCTAVIA is the heart and engine of the ŠKODA brand, an icon and the top volume model. And just in time for the 60th anniversary of its start of production, the Czech manufacturer is introducing the latest edition of its bestseller. The fourth generation of the ŠKODA OCTAVIA has grown in size, is therefore longer and wider than its predecessor. And the boot is bigger too. Thanks to the new ŠKODA design language, the OCTAVIA boasts even more emotiveness; the all-new interior concept combines outstanding functionality and a unique amount of space with high-quality materials and clever features, even in small details.
The ŠKODA best-seller’s new generation will, for the first time ever, feature a multi-level instrument panel and a new steering wheel with two spokes. Furthermore, several new connectivity solutions and assistance systems underline the brand’s innovative capability in the compact car segment. All of these qualities are topped off with extraordinary value for money and the usual high level of ŠKODA quality.
The new ŠKODA OCTAVIA features modern TDI and TSI engines with increased efficiency that, thanks to significantly improved aerodynamics, lower fuel consumption and pollutant emissions. In addition to the diesel and petrol engines, there is also a particularly eco-friendly variant with CNG drive, plug-in hybrid variants and, for the first time at ŠKODA, engines featuring mild-hybrid technology.
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