Skoda is getting ready to launch the Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine as the model in question will be offered for sale in several European markets starting later this month.
The practical version of the Skoda Rapid, the Spaceback, has just gotten even more practical with the addition of the semi-rugged ScoutLine. This is basically a visual package which is changing the way the vehicle looks because it isn’t offered with an all-wheel drive system and it isn’t even getting a raised suspension. It is adding the matte black add-ons for the front and rear bumpers, the plastic texture on the door sills and some modifications made to the wheel arches.
“The combination of ŠKODA’s practical features and fresh designs have convinced a great number of customers,” says ŠKODA Board Member for Sales and Marketing, Werner Eichhorn. “We plan to build on this success with the ScoutLine edition.”
Additional features available on this car include the 16-inch Rock and the 17-inch Camelot alloy wheels. The paint is called Pistachio Green but customers will also be able to get the model finished in other hues. The entire engine lineup is available for this model except for the GreenLine model so expect the three gasoline engines with 90, 110 and 125 HP and the two diesel units, rated at 90 HP and 116 HP. All of them are meeting the Euro 6 emission standards and have been equipped with the start/stop and regenerative braking system. No pricing details have been announced so far.