2018-2019 Skoda expands its range of new compact hatchback Rapid Spaceback, which takes place between the Fabia and the Octavia . The debut of the car access to the public appointed to the Frankfurt Motor Show . In October, the new product will begin the conquest of the European car market. The manufacturer claims that the hatchback exudes freshness, elegance and dynamism. Practicality and consumer qualities are also good.
“The new 2018-2019 Skoda Rapid Spaceback is an important milestone for us and is our entry into the strategically important segment of compact models with the hatchback. This practical sports car is endowed with good looks, and will appeal to young families, “- said General Director of the Czech company Winfried Faland.
Compared to the hatchback liftbek length reduced by 18 centimeters, but the wheelbase has remained unchanged and is equal to 2602 millimeters. As an option, the car offers a panoramic glass roof that visually completes the black spoiler of the fifth door.
An interesting option looks increased by 10 centimeters rear window. Is there a sense of it in improving the appearance, can be understood by comparing the image the rear red and white colors. “Almost like a coupe,” – say representatives of 2018-2019 Skoda and offer insights into the profile of a rapid machine, although the middle pillar in front of us already familiar Rapid liftbek .
The volume of the car trunk is 415 liters, increasing to 1380, if you fold the rear seat backrest. Incidentally, in the two-level luggage compartment floor.
2018-2019 Skoda Rapid Spaceback has a complete set of front and side airbags, height-adjustable three-point seat belts with pre-tensioners, height-adjustable head restraints, ABS and ESC. The options list includes xenon headlights, tire pressure control, fog headlights with bend lighting and assistant in moving on the rise Hill Hold Control.
The motor consists of a range of four petrol and two diesel engines, the most economical of which (1.6 TDI GreenLine) consumption in the combined cycle of 3.8 liters per 100 kilometers.