2020 Skoda Scala RS Hatch Specs, Engine, Review, & Redesign – With the all-new Scala, Skoda has entered into the future, as this is the brand’s first car that is placed on the MQB A0 architecture of the Volkswagen Group. It swithces the Rapid, slots involving the Fabia and Octavia, and provides a generous interior and a quite gratifying boot capacity, which is one of the greatest in the compact segment.
Rivaling the loves of the Ford Focus, Opel/Vauxhall Astra, Peugeot 308 and Renault Megane, the Scala will go for sale shortly with a selection of five engines, including three petrol burners, one diesel and one that operates on CNG.
Looking for the most powerful mill can get customers 150 PS (148 hp / 110 kW), from the turbocharged 1.5-liter, four-cylinder TSI. No specs had been released yet, but this variant’s performance needs to be more than enough. Now, Skoda previewed the Scala with the Vision RS, a plug-in hybrid concept with an overall output of 245 PS (242 hp / 180 kW), from a 1.5-liter TSI and an electric motor. So, can this signify we might see this formula getting used in a possible very hot hatch version of the car?
Anything’s possible, as Skoda rolls out an RS version of practically all its models. Additionally, a potential Scala RS (vRS in the UK) might be a more cost-effective and less powerful alternative to the Volkswagen Golf GTI. Offering us a look of how it may seem like, designer AksyonovNikita has already thought this sort of a model. They have a beefed-up exterior design, new wheels and black highlights over a red exterior finish off that offer it a Monte Carlo atmosphere.