Of course the eventual Scout will not look like these, I’ve used bumpers and claddings from existing Octavia Scout.
Toyed with the idea of Skoda’s version of the Taigun. As for the name, well I asked, “What do you call a young or baby yeti?” I did not get an answer, so I combined ‘Junior’ and ‘Yeti’.
It’ll be too expensive to make a convertible out of the Citigo/Mii/Up, so how a bout a simpler softtop?
Here’s a Skoda concept based on Volkswagen CrossBlue concept seen at Detroit Motor Show recently.
What’s the difference between this and the regular Octavia you ask? Well this is the Spaceback, Skoda’s language for trunkless hatchback (regular Octavia is a notchback hatchback). These were rendered as I wanted to see how the Octavia will look if it sticks to the body-shape and profile of the Vision D concept car.
10 years ago, Skoda showed the world the Tudor Concept. Despite the favourable respond, that coupe was not approved for production. So how about the coupe version of the latest Octavia? Will Audi object to this project to protect their A5?
Much like the Up-Mii-Citigo and Santana-Toledo-Rapid triplets, should VW lends its MPV to Skoda?
Before you start cursing, there were Skoda compact pickups before, like the Favorit Pickup and Felicia Pickup.
According to Autocar, Skoda has confirmed its intentions to launch a conventional five-door hatchback version of its new Rapid. Its name however, is not revealed. My bet it replaces the Fabia, and should be called Fabia. The report went on to say that there will be no three-door version of the Rapid because the market volumes [...]
Autocar recently reported that a Rapid coupé could arrive in 2013. It’s called a coupé cause the Rapid is actually a 5-door notchback designed to look like a sedan, so removing two rear passenger doors, and we get what Skoda wants us to believe, a coupe, with a rear door/hatch.