New Skoda Octavia Combi Estate revealed

by SpeedLux

The new Skoda Octavia vehicles are easily getting bared openly. The Czech carmaker officially introduced the sedan, we also got to see the images of the hot RS version, as well as a delivering of the hatchback and now it’s time for the estate.

Certain pictures which we have managed to get reveal the upcoming estate or Combi, as it will be called in certain markets. The sedan version of the vehicle is unbelievably spacious and the estate is expected to take this even further. The vehicle will keep the traditional visual approach of the current generation, in order to maximize interior room for the passengers, as well as luggage capacity/. In addition to it the new Octavia sedan has a boot capacity of 589 L (20.8 cu. ft.)

The Combi’s engines would be based on most of the sedan’s engines, with the latter offering petrol units with outputs ranging between 86 and 180 hp and diesels that cover between 105 and 150 hp. The vehicle will also come with various new features, such as the adaptive cruise control and one can see the radar system in the lower front fascia of the tested prototype.

The new Skoda Octavia Estate is set to bebut in May 2014 and it will also be launched with an optional four-wheel drive system.

Let us keep our fingers crossed and wait till the car makes its official entry.






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