The current generation is three years old and probably the greatest car ever made by Skoda. No, really! For less money than you'd pay for almost any Passat, you get lots of space and thoughtful features. I could go on for white a while about the electronic diff or the bucket seats, but we are here to look at this rendering.
Hungarian X-Tomi hasn't made something like this in many years, which is a shame. The Rocket Bunny look fits the RS Combi better than a glove, and the Police car liver is a contradiction. "Do I like a fast police cruiser with drift car looks or not?" you will say.
Of course, we don't need to explain what a Rocket Bunny kit is just for the sake of a rendering. But let's just say that it combines fender flares and bumper inserts that need to be bolted directly onto the existing bodywork.
If you think about it, it makes sense to have that on a police car in case it gets damaged. Although, if we're honest, a chin spoiler makes about as much sense here as lipstick on a cow. From taxi service to police use, the Octavia has done it all. However, let's not forget that we are dealing with the RS model here.
Since this is a rendering, we can't tell you which one, as there are several available. The 2.0 turbo can be ordered in many configurations: 220 PS, 230 PS, diesel with or without all-wheel drive. However, our dream car would have the TSI motor, an engine tune to 290 PS and a mechanical differential.