The first ever spy video with a camou-free version of the Skoda Rapid Spaceback has recently hit the web.
The Skoda Rapid Spaceback has been seen a few times before while it was being tested but the model in question has never been caught on camera completely naked, as the Czech based automaker has always tried to cover it up under camouflage or even Fabia badges. But this new video, coming from YouTube, is showing such a model tested into the Czech Republic, on public roads.
The brand new Skoda Rapid Spaceback has been officially unveiled just a few weeks ago. The model in question is actually 180 mm shorter than the regular Rapid version, but this is still offering the highest figures in its class when speaking of headroom and legroom. The Rapid Spaceback is coming with safety features such as the height adjustable head restraints, head, side and front airbags and more.
The engine lineup found on the Skoda Rapid Spaceback includes four gasoline and two diesels, varying from 74 HP (55 kW) to 121 HP (90 kW). The GreenLine version is coming with a 1.6 liter TDI producing 90 HP (66 kW) and burning just 3.8 liters of fuel every 100 km. The Skoda Rapid Spaceback will make its public debut in September, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
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