Škoda has published the official sketches of the new Slavia model ahead of its premiere on November 18. It is a model that will replace the Rapid, which was withdrawn from the European market at the end of 2019 (to make room for Scala), but it is still sold in Russia and India in a restyled form.
Slavia is the second Škoda model developed specifically for the Indian market on the localized MQB A0-IN platform, which it shares with the Kushaq crossover.
The future compact model probably has a lot in common with the Volkswagen Virtus (Polo sedan sold in Latin America). Slavia is 4.5 meters long, 1.7 meters wide and 1.4 meters high, and the wheelbase is a generous 2.6 meters.
Slavia will only be sold with petrol engines. A one-liter turbo engine with three cylinders of 115 hp and a 1.5-liter turbo unit of 150 hp will be in use. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, but a larger engine will optionally be available with a seven-speed DSG transmission.
The Slavia goes on sale in 2022 with front-wheel drive and up to six airbags.
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