› A particularly torsion-resistant body structure thanks to high-strength steels
› Excellent active and passive safety features and practical comfort elements
› ESC and tyre pressure monitor as standard, and Hill-Hold Control as optional
Mladá Boleslav / Pune, 28 February 2022 – The ŠKODA SLAVIA comes with excellent active and passive safety features as well as a host of assistance and safety systems as standard. These include ESC, which ensures a high level of driving safety, the Multi-Collision Brake and a tyre pressure monitor. Occupants are protected by up to six airbags, while ISOFIX anchors and Top Tether anchor points on the rear seats allow child seats to be securely fastened. A host of practical comfort features such as Hill-Hold Control, rain and light sensors, and cruise control are also available.
Equipped with an extensive range of active and passive safety features, the new SLAVIA keeps the driver and passengers safe. A body structure – 81% of which is made of high-strength or specially hardened steels – with a high degree of torsional stiffness provides the technical basis. The range of standard equipment also includes numerous assistance and safety systems for all trim levels. These include ESC to ensure safe handling. XDS and XDS+ are part of the electronic differential system (EDS), which improves traction. The system slows down the inner wheels that are under reduced load when cornering, preventing them from spinning. Should an accident occur despite the many safety features, the Multi-Collision Brake will prevent any potential follow-on collisions by automatically and safely bringing the car to a standstill. The brake system comes with an automatic brake disc cleaning function. Rear parking sensors also come as standard, as does a tyre pressure monitor keeping an eye on the air pressure of each wheel. From the Ambition specification upwards, the SLAVIA also features a rear-view camera to assist the driver with reverse parking.