The new Skoda Octavia 2017 will incorporate to his range a new engine 1.5 Evo TSI petrol.
Makes it a matter of a few days Skoda completed the renovation of the family Octavia with the introduction of version more sporty, radical and powerful, the Skoda Octavia RS 245. The new Skoda Octavia 2017 stands as a model more elegant, technological and full thanks to all the developments and changes that have been made in different versions that make up its range.
Now, despite the fact that the offer mechanics that puts at our disposal both the Skoda Octavia as the Octavia Combi, the Czech manufacturer is not enough. It is for this reason that before the end of the current year will introduce a new engine. A block of gasoline that has premiered recently, the Volkswagen Golf 2017 as one of the major renewed his update.
Peik von Bestenbostel, Head of Communications at Skoda, confirmed to the guys of AutoExpress that before the end of 2017 new engine 1.5-liter Evo TSI four-cylinder will be available in the range of the Octavia. Although without going into detail about the power and benefits that you will provide, let us remember that in the case of Golf fixed, a power of 150 HP and 250 Nm respectively. The excellent balance between power and economy/emissions is the great virtue of this new gasoline engine.
The new Skoda Octavia 2017 is already on sale in Spain.
Currently on the range of the Skoda Octavia 2017 there is available a engine 1.4 TSI of 150 HP that can be associated both to a gearbox six-speed manual and an automatic dual-clutch DSG seven relations. If the motor is homology with the same power currently, it is logical to think that the current block is replaced with the new one that is much more efficient. We will have to wait for its launch to be sure.
on the other hand, and in the light of the statements made by Bestenbostel the above-mentioned half-british, commented that it is still being debated possibility to launch a Skoda Citigo electric. A variant of finally receiving the go-ahead to be developed and marketed, will be in line with the expected SEAT Mii electric, a model that, according to the latest information, will arrive at dealers in the year 2019. It will share technology with the Volkswagen e-Up!.