• Fabia
      • Fabia
        Fabia
        A versatile compact vehicle for more than just the town
        • ​A wide range of engines from 44 kW to 77 kW
        • ​A large interior and comfort for five passengers
        • Excellent handling
        • till315l /1180l
        • from3.8l/100km
        • from99g/km
      • Fabia RS
        Fabia RS
        The combination of a sporty design, power and comfort
        • A twin-supercharged 1.4 TSI/132 kW engine with a seven-speed DSG automatic gearbox
        • 17” Gigaro light alloy wheels
        •  A leather three-spoke steering wheel
        • till300l /1163l
        • from6.2l/100km
        • from148g/km
      • Fabia Combi
        Fabia Combi
        A practical vehicle for families with children
        • ​A luggage compartment with a basic volume of 505 litres
        • Many storage areas in the interior
        • A roof carrier
        • till505l /1485l
        • from3.8l/100km
        • from99g/km
      • Fabia Combi RS
        Fabia Combi RS
        The combination of a sporty design, power and comfort
        • ​A twin-supercharged 1.4 TSI/132 kW engine with a seven-speed DSG automatic gearbox
        • 17” Gigaro light alloy wheels
        • A leather three-spoke steering wheel
        • till480l /1460l
        • from6.2l/100km
        • from148g/km
  • Roomster
      • Roomster
        Roomster
        A vehicle with an original concept and a flexible interior
        • ​Large rear side windows for an unlimited view from the vehicle
        • A panoramic roof
        • The VarioFlex rear seat system for 9 interior layout variants
        • till480l /1810l
        • from4.7l/100km
        • from124g/km
  • Octavia
      • Octavia
        Octavia
        An elegant and spacious liftback
        • ​A timeless and perfectly functional design
        • ​A wide range of engines from 59 kW to 103 kW
        • A clearly laid out instrument panel
        • till585l /1455l
        • from4.2l/100km
        • from109g/km
      • Octavia RS
        Octavia RS
        A sporty character and the parameters of a family car
        • 2.0 TSI/147 kW and 2.0 TDI CR DPF/125 kW engines​
        • Adaptive Xenon headlights
        • A leather three-spoke steering wheel
        • till585l /1455l
        • from5.7l/100km
        • from149g/km
      • Octavia Combi
        Octavia Combi
        A safe and exceptionally spacious family car
        • ​A luggage compartment with a basic volume of 605 litres
        • ​A number of storage compartments and holders in the interior
        • Side and head airbags
        • till605l /1655l
        • from4.2l/100km
        • from109g/km
      • Octavia Combi RS
        Octavia Combi RS
        A sporty character and the parameters of a family car
        • 2.0 TSI/147 kW and 2.0 TDI CR DPF/125 kW engines​
        • Adaptive Xenon headlights
        • A leather three-spoke steering wheel
        • till605l /1655l
        • from5.7l/100km
        • from149g/km

ŠKODA classic cars at the Sachsen Classic 2012

8/14/2012
​The Czech automobile manufacturer ŠKODA will participate in this year's classic car rally Sachsen Classic with four attractive historic vehicles built in the 1930s, 1940s and 1960s.
​The Czech ŠKODA rally driver Jan Kopecký will start in a ŠKODA 1000 MB Rallye.
Spectators at the Sachsen Classic 2012 may look forward to an aerodynamically elegant ŠKODA coupe, two ŠKODA convertibles and a ŠKODA sports car that are part of the collection of the ŠKODA Auto Museum.
 
“We are proud to participate with four beautiful vehicles from the collection of our museum in one of the most popular classic car rallies,” says Eva Ticová, the head of the restoration workshop of the ŠKODA Auto Museum.
 
Jan Kopecký looks forward to the classic car rally as well: “ŠKODA enjoys one of the richest traditions among automobile brands worldwide. That is particularly true for the sports cars and the 111-year old motor sport track record of the brand. I am excited to participate by driving a historic ŠKODA racecar in Saxony. It is a special rally for me this time,” says the current IRC vice champion and the leading racecar driver of the Czech rally championship. The ŠKODA 1000 MB Rallye built in the year 1968 is a rarity in the world of motor sports and is owned by the brand’s own museum. The four-cylinder engine with a displacement of one liter – modified for use in racing – generates 90 hp. The car’s top speed is approx. 170 km/h.
 
The oldest vehicle participating in Saxony is the ŠKODA Popular Monte Carlo built in Mladá Boleslav in the year 1936. The elegant coupe from the pre-war years was only produced 72 times. When participating in the well-known ‘Concours d’Elegance’ of the classic car scene, the ŠKODA Popular Monte Carlo regularly achieves outstanding results. Its black streamlined body contrasts effectively with numerous chrome parts. The impressive vehicle with rear-wheel drive is powered by a four-cylinder four-stroke engine with a displacement of 1,386 cm³ and an output of 30 hp. Its maximum speed amounts to 110 km/h.
 
The elegant convertible ŠKODA Tudor dates back to the late 1940s. The vehicle, which was built in the year 1948, has been a real eye-catcher at numerous classic car rallies and keeps attracting classic car fans. The Tudor is powered by a four-cylinder with a displacement of 1,089 cm³ and an output of 32 hp. Its maximum speed amounts to 100 km/h. The Tudor was built more than 80,000 times during the years from 1946 to 1952.
 
Finally, the ŠKODA Felicia (the type 994) from the year 1961 gives homage to the ‘sweet sixties’. The rare blue-green paint hides a four-cylinder with a displacement of 1,089 cm³ and an output of 50 hp. The ŠKODA Felicia also participated in the Sachsen Classic last year.
 
The classic car rally Sachsen Classic will take place for the tenth time this year. It is among the most popular classic car events. Awaiting the participants is a route of 615 kilometers through the attractive Saxon countryside. The rally starts on August 16, 2012 in Zwickau. Following a tour around Zwickau including a side-trip to the Sachsenring, the cars will drive via Leipzig to the Saxon state capital of Dresden. The finish will take place at the “Transparent Manufacture” of Volkswagen on August 18.


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