Are all Skoda vRS 4×4?
Yes, Skoda will sell you all-wheel drive in the vRS, but no, you can’t have it with just any model. Not with the latest 227bhp variant, or with either of the 2.0-litre petrol versions, in fact. It’s offered only on the 184bhp 2.0 TDI. Yup, it’s the diesel.
Will there be a Skoda Karoq vRS?
High performance Skoda Karoq vRS to get form of electrification, with either plug-in or mild hybrid set-up. Skoda is lining up a high-performance version of its latest small SUV, the Karoq – and it could use an electrified powertrain to give it the potential to match SEAT’s forthcoming Ateca Cupra.
What kind of engine does Skoda Octavia vRS have?
With the same 197bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged FSI engine as the Golf GTI, the Octavia vRS remains a real entertainer. The bigger bodyshell shaves a fraction off the car’s sprint to 60mph but slippery aerodynamics restore balance by giving the Octavia a higher top end than its lauded Volkswagen relative.
How much does a Skoda Octavia RS cost?
Try 16 of them, with a choice of five engines (two diesel), three transmissions, three trim and spec levels and two shapes (wagon and sedan/hatch) priced from $29,990 to $39,490 plus options. And, when manual-matic DSG transmissions become available for the petrol cars later this year, that list will top 20.
How big is the hatchback of a Skoda Octavia?
No compromises here with the Skoda Octavia VRS hatch offering the same dimensions and features as the regular model with 560 litres of hatchback space (1350 with seats folded) and 580 litres in the estate (1620 with the seats folded).
When did the Skoda Octavia vRS get climate control?
From September 2008 all vRS models got a specification upgrade which ran to 18-inch Zenith alloys, dual zone climate control, a jumbo box central armrest with 3.5mm auxiliary in socket, rear electric windows and cruise control.