Skoda has unveiled a special version of its new hatchback Scala. The machine is designed for emergency services in the UK.
Czech car brand for some time offered the vehicles for emergency services in the UK, and has now decided to add to this range of brand new hatchback Scala. In addition to the advanced driver assistance features and safety features, including adaptive cruise control, there is an assistant who assesses the situation at the front, with the possibility of emergency braking and the detection of the vehicle, approaching the vehicle from behind the vehicle and those that are in the blind spot of the car – the system increases the vehicle detection range blind zones between 20 and 70 meters. Scala also has a full five-star safety rating organization Euro NCAP.
His vast 467-litre boot (expandable up to 1410 litres with the rear seats folded) is able to accommodate both passengers and all the necessary equipment is ideal for emergency services.
Among the changes introduced in the Czech hatchback is worth noting the all-led lights embedded in the false radiator grille, the system of the circular review and a powerful siren.
“Our partnership with emergency services personnel has more than a century, said Henry Williams, head of fleet for Skoda UK. – That extensive knowledge in this field make Skoda a reliable partner. Skoda Scala is our most technologically advanced car to date that meets all our requirements.”
Skoda Scala are available with three engine options – two petrol and one diesel. Power figures vary from 113 to 148 HP, the Petrol range includes a 1.0 TSI with 113 HP and a 1.5 TSI with a power of 148 HP Diesel engine 1.6 TDI develops 113 HP, All the engines available with a DSG seven-speed.
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