At the Geneva motor show 2018 will debut the package optional Challenge Plus for the Škoda Octavia RS 245, which adds some aesthetic details exterior and exclusive interior, in addition to improvements in the envelope.
Lcommissioning of Geneva Auto show in march 2018 is imminent and the brands racing news that will be bringing in a few more days to this appointment automotive. The Czech manufacturer disseminated today a first image and official information about the new additions to the Škoda Octavia RS 245, you will receive a new option package that adds some exclusive details.
this Is the new Škoda Octavia RS 245 Challenge Plus program, which provides the sports sedan of the signature Czech an image more radically, thanks to this new optional package that adds some aesthetic characteristics exclusive of which for the time being the manufacturer hasn’t provided too many details.
These modifications affect both the exterior and the interior and will be the focus in an image differentiated for those clients looking for a touch of exclusivity, in addition to other developments in the provision as the digital instrumentation configurable premiered by the crossover Karoq.
The new Škoda Octavia RS 245 in greater detail
The package will be available to add to the Škoda Octavia RS 245, which is the version ma powerful and radical of the sedan Czech. In mechanical terms the Octavia RS 245 has a motor turbo TSI 2.0-liter cubicaje that develops 245 BHP of power, with a maximum torque of 370 Nm, which can be combined both with a manual change of six speeds, as automatic DSG of seven relations, and a double clutch.
This mechanical assembly allows the Škoda Octavia RS 245 to reach the 250 km/h limited electronically, at the same time that logra to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 6,6 seconds, all with average consumption approved of 6.4 litres per 100 kilometres, with CO2 emissions of 146 g/km respectively.
All the details will be revealed during the Geneva Auto show in march 2018, which will be held next march, and its marketing in Europe will start a few weeks after its passage through Switzerland.