Being a huge fan of Skoda and all things wagon, I wonder why wouldn’t Skoda make the vRS version of the Superb Combi. I believe it will give the Audi RS6 a run for the money. And possibly beat the German cousin too.
I wonder if Skoda intend to build the Rapid Combi. If they do, I wonder if this wagon is going to look like my renderings.
There hasn’t been a 3-door Skoda since Volkswagen took over. I wonder why? But then again, sales of 3-door hatch is shrinking, so much so, Renault and Peugeot is not making 3-door variants of their (next) Twingo, Clio, 208, and 308.
Rendered with close reference to the Skoda Rapid Sport Concept, my impression of the Fabia vRS has a standard bonnet, black roof, one-tone body paint and simplified front bumper and rear diffuser.
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?