2022 Skoda Slavia – Europe has said goodbye to the Rapid five-door Rapid Spaceback in the latter half of 2019 after it was replaced by the more sophisticated hatchback-only Scala. The original nameplate is still in use in Russia where the small liftback received a scale-like revamp about a year ago. As of a few days in the past, the moniker was still in use in India however Skoda has stopped manufacturing this model that was launched locally in 2011 to make way for the new Slavia.
2022 Skoda Slavia Review
In advance of its premiere on November 18 The Mlada Boleslav marque is showcasing its Indian product with teaser images showing a sleek-looking car that will not appear like the real thing. It will feature smaller wheels, as well as traditional doors, but even though the images are exaggerated, we’re confident that the style will be a huge improvement over the old Rapid.
The brand new Slavia comes as the second Skoda product designed specifically to cater to the Indian market, based on a locally-developed MQB A0-IN platform that is shared with Kushaq. Kushal crossover. The upcoming compact car is likely to have many similarities mechanically as compared to the Volkswagen Virtus, essentially a Polo car that is sold across Latin America. It’ll measure approximately 4,541 millimeters (179 inches) long, 1,752 millimeters (69 inches) wide, and 1,487 millimeters (59 inches) tall, and has an impressive wheelbase of 2,651 millimeters (104.3 millimeters).
The Slavia is scheduled to be constructed in Pune shortly, the Slavia will only be available powered by gasoline. The less powerful versions will use a three-cylinder 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that produces 110 horsepower (85 Kilowatts) and the higher-priced models can be upgraded for a four-cylinder 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that can produce 150 horsepower (110 power). The manual comes with six speeds however the larger engine comes with deactivation technology for cylinders is available with seven-speed DSG.
2022 Skoda Slavia Released
Named after the first bicycle launched by Skoda’s founding fathers Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement in 1896, the Slavia is scheduled to go on sale in 2022 with a front-wheel-drive-only layout and up to six airbags. It will be competing with its sibling, it is the VW Virtus is also expected to arrive in the second-highest populated nation next year.