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SKODA Octavia Combi RS Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 6
First production year: 2002
Engines: Mild hybrid, Hybrid, Diesel, Gasoline
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

2019 - Present

The Czech carmaker Skoda just turned its sportiest model towards the electricity avenue with the fourth generation of its performance model, the Octavia vRS. They even called it iV, instead of a simple 4th or IV. And it is not just a hybrid, it is a plug-in hybrid. It is the kind of vehicle that might steer petrolheads towards electric mobility. The first three generations of the Octavia vRS ...

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mild hybrid engines:

  SKODA Octavia RS IV 1.0L TSI e-Tec 7AT (110 HP)

  SKODA Octavia RS IV 1.5L TSI e-Tec 7AT (150 HP)

hybrid engines:

  SKODA Octavia RS IV 1.4L TSI 6AT (204 HP)

  SKODA Octavia RS IV 1.4L TSI 6AT (245 HP)

2019 - Present

Since the 2020 Geneva Motor Show was canceled, the Czech carmaker chose to show its newest products online. Besides the claimed new top-performer Octavia vRS iV, the Combi version was shown too. It has the same powerplant under the hood, consisting of a 1.4-liter TSI gasoline engine and an electric 85kW motor. The plug-in hybrid has a combined power output of 245 hp and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of tor...

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mild hybrid engines:

  SKODA Octavia Combi RS 1.0L TSI e-Tec 7AT (110 HP)

  SKODA Octavia Combi RS 1.5L TSI e-Tec 7AT (150 HP)

2017 - 2019

The refreshed third generation Skoda Octavia Combi also got an RS version, with its dynamic character that is noticeable at first glance. The front end comes with a grille that is enhanced by additional full-LED headlights with adaptive frontlight system, and a sport bumper with large air intakes. The wing mirrors and door handles of the Skoda Octavia RS and the Skoda Octavia Combi RS have the s...

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2014 - 2017

After the successful range of vRS vehicles offered by Skoda, the Czech car-maker decided to build a station-wagon with the same engines and features. It was unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2013. Some parents want a vehicle suit for the entire family but, once the other family members were dropped to schools or jobs, the rest of the road might be driven faster. The station-wagon ...

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2005 - 2008

The first generation of the Octavia RS was a well-deserved success, and the Czech carmaker insisted on producing a successor for it in both shapes: hatchback and station wagon. Skoda introduced the second generation of the Octavia in 2004, and it was a car worth waiting for the European customers. It offered compact-segment pricing, mid-size segment interior space, and the trusted Volkswagen ...

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2002 - 2004

Skoda introduced a station-wagon version for the Octavia RS in 2002 and transformed its fastback sedan into a fast family carrier, with one of the biggest trunks in its class. Since Skoda built the Octavia on the same platform as the Volkswagen Golf, it was easy for the Czech carmaker to drop a sporty drivetrain into the engine bay. All it needed was approval from Volkswagen Group. Thus, in 2...

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