› Dynamic and efficient: powerful EVO-generation petrol and diesel engines
› 2.0 TSI with electronic limited-slip differential and 2.0 TDI option with all-wheel drive including a new multi-plate clutch
› 15-mm-lower sports chassis as standard, with adaptive DCC option
ŠKODA’s line-up of the OCTAVIA RS now consists of a sporty trio. Following the launch of the OCTAVIA RS iV as the first RS model to feature plug in hybrid drive, the compact sports car can now be ordered with either the biggest petrol engine or the most powerful diesel in the range. As with the OCTAVIA RS iV plug in hybrid, the latest EVO-generation 2.0 TSI delivers 180 kW (245 PS). The 2.0 TDI’s power output is 147 kW (200 PS).
Engines available for the current OCTAVIA RS at a glance:
|Max. power output
|Max. torque [Nm]
|Top speed [km/h]
0–100 km/h [s]
() Applies to COMBI
When fitted with all-wheel drive and a 2.0 TDI engine delivering 147 kW (200 PS), the OCTAVIA RS can tow a braked trailer weighing up to 2,000 kg. The front-wheel-drive ŠKODA OCTAVIA RS has a fuel capacity of 50 l, which is 5 l more than the standard OCTAVIA variant can hold. The fuel tank of the all-wheel-drive OCTAVIA RS can even hold 55 l.
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