Skoda Announced UK Limited Edition Octavia vRS

Skoda today introduced the new Limited Edition Octavia vRS in UK, an all-new series that is said to provide more value at almost the same money offered for a stock Octavia. The 500-unit Limited Series will arrive in authorized dealerships in the next few weeks and will benefit from a no-VAT special customer offer. According to Skoda, the upcoming series will include 1,900 pounds worth equipment for an added costs of only 750 pounds.

"The Octavia vRS is already astonishingly good and for a select number of drivers we've made it even better by creating this exclusive limited edition. The additional equipment represents outstanding value for money. Only 500 cars are available, so those looking for a stylish yet affordable driving experience should test drive the limited edition Octavia vRS today,” Warren Richards, Product Marketing Manager at
Škoda, said.

"We are also very pleased to announce that it will come with an unbelievable offer to kick start the New Year. All VAT on the car will be paid for the customer, ensuring the car is not only desirable but also highly affordable - an irresistible combination."

The cars come in Anthracite Grey metallic paint available for the first time on vRS, 18-inch limited edition alloy wheels plus Italian leather interior and sports seats. Equipment highlights include dual zone climate control, cruise control and Bolero touch screen with CD auto changer.

Here are the most important features included in the new Octavia vRS:
  • Bespoke design Italian leather seats
  • Metallic paint
  • Limited Edition 18" alloys
  • New touch screen Bolero radio
  • 3 spoke leather steering wheel
  • New interior dash trim
  • Maxi-dot computer
  • Red and black limited edition badging on the rear
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