The new hatchback Skoda Scala received a “rally” version

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The new hatchback Skoda Scala received a “rally” version

The Czech brand will bring at the Frankfurt motor show hatchback Scala Monte Carlo, which got altered appearance and an extensive range of equipment.

Skoda company introduced the top version of the new Scala model, called Monte Carlo. This option is named in honor of the rally, in which the Czech brand’s first performance in 1911.

From the standard hatchback Skoda Scala Monte Carlo can be distinguished through the modified radiator grille in black colour, fully led headlights, special 17-inch wheel disks, as well as black exterior mirror housings.

The list of standard equipment includes panoramic roof, tinted side Windows, rear spoiler and taillights with LED elements. In addition, the car is equipped with height-adjustable sports seats, a digital dashboard with special graphics and led backlight system.

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Public premiere of the hatchback Skoda Scala Monte Carlo will be held in mid-September at the Frankfurt motor show and sales will start in the first quarter of next year.

Recall that Skoda Scala debuted in early December, 2018 at a special event in tel Aviv. The novelty was the first model of the Czech brand, in based on the modular chassis MQB-A0 Volkswagen.

Base engine — a 95-horsepower three-cylinder gasoline engine working volume of 1 liter is paired with five-speed manual transmission. In addition, the available engine of similar capacity, outstanding 115 HP. Top Assembly — 1.5-liter 150-strong “turboservice”.

The diesel lineup includes a 1.6-liter engine, outstanding 115 HP and 250 N·m of torque. All engines (except base) able to work with a six-speed “mechanics” or semidiaphanous robot with two clutches. The hatchback will be offered with a 90-horsepower 1.0-liter engine G-TEC, which can consume as liquefied natural gas, and gasoline. Transmission six — speed “mechanics”.