In a way, the RAPID was ŠKODA’s first-ever series production sports car. Its name comes from the Latin word “rapide”, which means fast. The car was fitted with an inline four-cylinder engine (26 or 31 HP), its fuel consumption was 8 litres/100 km and its maximum speed was 90 km/h. In 1938, under the name RAPID OHV, the power output grew to 42 HP and the maximum speed to 110 km/h.

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