ŠKODA at the 2018 Paris Motor Show

At the 2018 Paris Motor Show, ŠKODA will be presenting itself not just as sporty and sustainable, but also as a mobility services provider. The Czech brand allows the show’s visitors at the 2018 Paris Motor Show (2 to 14 October) to immerse themselves in a digital world. The ŠKODA VISION RS concept study demonstrates how ŠKODA envisages future sporty RS models and also a future compact vehicle.

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