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New Skoda Slavia RS Edition Based On Octavia

In this digital idea by SRK Designs, a Skoda Slavia has been turned into a baby Octavia RS variant. The RS Edition of the 2022 Skoda Slavia has been created by SRK Designs. This version is based on the Octavia RS variant, which has a large following of fans. The RS designation denotes the Skoda family’s performance variant of normal automobiles. Slavia is the Czech automaker’s newest model for the Indian market, with the intention of restoring dwindling sales. The regeneration process has been left to Kushaq and Slavia, and so far, the results have been positive. Let’s take a look at the premium mid-size sedan’s digital form.

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Skoda Slavia RS Edition

The film takes us through each step of the development process in great detail. To begin, the Slavia’s overall height has been reduced significantly to improve the car’s driving and handling characteristics, which are the hallmarks of a performance sedan. The front end has been changed aesthetically, with sleek horizontal fog lamps replacing the rounded units, a splitter beneath the front bumper for improved aerodynamic efficiency, a blacked-out grille, redesigned bumper, and the butterfly grille being de-chromed and replaced with black glossy material. The VRS badge has also been etched into the grille.

Styled alloy wheels, blacked-out windows, a chrome belt running beneath the windows, Skoda badging on the fender, and the customary sharp creases accentuate the sides. The rear area has also been lengthened slightly, as evidenced by the bumper design. This Skoda Slavia is built for fun driving and excellent handling. A sedan configured like this may easily undertake high-speed manoeuvres. That’s why the Octavia RS flew off the shelves in our store like hot pancakes.

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Skoda Slavia RS Edition

The standard Skoda Slavia has a 1.0-litre three-pot engine that produces 115 hp and 175 Nm, while the larger 1.5-litre engine produces segment-leading 150 hp and 250 Nm. It also has cylinder deactivation technology to help you save money on gas. Both engines come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission, but purchasers can upgrade to a 6-speed torque-converter automatic gearbox for the 1.0-litre engine or a 7-speed DSG for the 1.5-litre engine. The Slavia is priced between Rs 10.69 lakh to Rs 17.79 lakh ex-showroom. Let us know what you thought of the Skoda Slavia RS Edition.



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