2025 Skoda Octavia RS

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About the Car

2025 Skoda Octavia RS

Škoda Auto is updating the hatchback and estate versions of its iconic Octavia. With more than 7 million units sold, it is by far the brand's best-selling model. Its fourth modern generation has now been given a freshened look that includes a revised Škoda grille and new second-generation LED Matrix beam headlights. Customers benefit from even more comprehensive standard equipment like a 10-inch Digital Display or dual-zone Climatronic. On top of that, the share of sustainable materials inside the car has increased. Further safety and assistance systems enhance active and passive safety and a new range structure provides additional individualisation options.

New momentum for the brand's iconic model

The fourth generation of the modern Octavia enters its next production phase with a renewed sense of purpose. The refresh includes a new, upgraded design with revamped front and rear bumpers and an updated Škoda grille. Also new are the second-generation LED Matrix beam headlights, revised LED rear lights with animated indicators and a number of new alloy wheel designs. The new range structure comprises four trim levels - Essence, Selection, Sportline and RS - as well as nine Design Selections for the interior.

In addition to new and sustainable materials for the seats, dashboard and door panels, a 10 inch Digital Display now comes as standard on selected model variants. The familiar 10 inch Virtual Cockpit, introduced at the launch of the fourth-generation Octavia, remains on offer. A 13 inch infotainment display is available as an option for the first time on the Octavia. The AI-based ChatGPT chatbot will be integrated into the Laura voice assistant as standard. The integration of ChatGPT into the Laura voice assistant introduces a variety of new capabilities that go far beyond the previous voice commands. Intelligent Park Assist and Remote Park Assist also make their Octavia debuts. The engine line-up consists of two 1.5 TSI petrol engines, optionally available with mild-hybrid technology, two power-boosted 2.0 TSI petrol engines and two diesels. Outputs range from 85 kW (115 hp) to 195 kW (265 hp).

Moreover, Škoda Auto has further extended its comprehensive portfolio of active and passive safety features: a new Attention and Drowsiness Assist now uses a wide range of data and parameters to assess driver behaviour. In addition, the updated Octavia comes with up to 10 airbags.

Škoda's best-seller and its success story

The modern Škoda Octavia has been the Czech car maker's mainstay and customer favourite ever since production began 27 years ago in 1996. Its four modern generations to date have attracted more than seven million customers across more than 60 markets with their spaciousness, state-of-the-art technology, outstanding level of safety and excellent value for money. The Octavia is also highly regarded by the international media. For example, the fourth generation was the European Car of the Year finalist in 2021 and won the Swiss Car of the Year in the same year.

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Exterior: Visual fine-tuning and advanced headlight design

New aprons and a revised Škoda grille lend the updated Octavia a fresh look. The advanced, second-generation LED Matrix beam headlights with their new Crystallinium elements and 36 individual matrix segments deliver even better illumination of the road ahead than the first generation, while effectively shielding oncoming road users from headlight glare.

New front and rear aprons and a slightly longer body

The new, two-dimensional Škoda logo and the lettering on the tailgate of the new Octavia reflect the updated Škoda CI. The hatchback and estate versions are available in four trim levels - Essence, Selection, Sportline and RS. The Czech car manufacturer's best-seller now features redesigned front and rear aprons that increase the overall length of the hatchback and the Combi estate by nine millimetres to 4,698 millimetres. The lower air intakes, Air Curtains and transitions to the front wheel arches on the front apron have been redesigned and lend the car a more dynamic look. Moreover, the designers have adjusted the sides of the Škoda grille to match the height of the new headlights.

Improved and more progressive headlights and rear lights for better visibility and safety

The basic headlights now use only LED technology as standard. The second-generation LED Matrix beam headlights are available as an option for the Selection and Sportline trim levels, while they come as standard on the RS models. They create a new light signature and contain two LED modules whose appearance is enhanced by the new Crystallinium element. It emphasises the contours of the headlamps and looks like coloured crystal glass. While the outer bi-LED module is used for the low and high beam, the inner module has 36 individual matrix segments in two rows, 12 more than in the previous generation. This makes for even better illumination, while oncoming drivers are shielded even more effectively when the high beam is switched on. Fog lights have been replaced by an all-weather function optimally adapting the light output to the respective weather conditions. The full LED rear lights - included as standard - are available in two versions. The basic variant will come with the Essence and Selection trim levels. The top version also offers an animated Coming/Leaving Home function as well as animated indicators that extend into the tailgate, along with the upper part of the C-shaped light cluster. This version will be included as standard with the Sportline and RS models, but will also be available as an option for Selection.

Exclusive colours and new wheels

New additions to the range of wheels - always made of alloy as standard (except for the entry-level Essence model) - include silver 16-inch Matar wheels. They are aerodynamically optimised and come as standard with the Selection trim level. New black, glossy machined 17 inch Slagard aero wheels are available for the Octavia Sportline. Further new options include the 18-inch Lerna and the RS-specific 19-inch Elias wheels in glossy machined silver or anthracite with black Aero trims. The Octavia's colour palette comprises three solid colours and seven metallic finishes. Mamba Green is exclusive to the Sportline and RS models. Phoenix Orange is only available on the Octavia Combi.

Interior: Improved infotainment equipment and additional sustainable materials

The updated Octavia offers nine Design Selections for the interior, which are marked by an increased use of sustainable materials. For the first time, the Octavia is available with a 13-inch central infotainment display. USB-C ports offer three times more charging power, now providing 45 watts. The Kessy keyless entry system has undergone improvements for more convenient opening and locking. The AI-based ChatGPT chatbot will later be integrated into the Laura voice assistant as standard.

ChatGPT integration, new displays and more comprehensive equipment

The updated Octavia comes with even more comprehensive standard equipment, including a free-standing central 10-inch infotainment display in combination with a 10-inch Digital Display. In a first for the model series, a 13-inch display is available as an option. The AI-based ChatGPT chatbot will be integrated into the Laura voice assistant as standard. This integration introduces a variety of new capabilities that go far beyond the previous voice commands.

A dual-zone Climatronic system is now standard on all models, and from the Selection trim level upwards the interior includes a 15 watt Phone Box. This offers inductive fast-charging of smartphones as well as a cooling function. USB-C ports now deliver an output of 45 watts and thus three times more charging power than before. For the first time in the Octavia, the upgraded Kessy keyless vehicle access system automatically unlocks or locks the vehicle as soon as the driver enters or leaves an area within 1.5 metres of the car while carrying the key.

New upholstery and decorative trims

The interior of the updated Škoda Octavia comes with new upholstery, trim and door panel designs. Škoda uses sustainable materials in some of the nine Design Selections, which are clustered around the four trim levels Essence, Selection, Sportline and RS. Examples include recycled fabrics in the Lodge and Sportline Design Selections and sustainably treated leather in the Suite Design Selection. The latter's perforated leather is available in the colours Black and Cognac, marking a first for the Octavia. It is tanned using sustainable materials, including coffee husks, to replace traditional chemicals. The ergonomic front seats of this optional Design Selection also have an AGR (Healthy Back Campaign) seal of approval as well as a ventilation and massage function. In another first for the Octavia, Unique Dark Chrome trim elements are used in the interior and on the steering wheel which now features the new, two-dimensional Škoda logo.

New Simply Clever features

The revised Octavia also introduces new Simply Clever features. An optional automatic retractable luggage compartment cover can be fitted to the Combi estate to make access to the cargo area easier. A dedicated storage box to hold rear passengers' bags, cups and bottles is also making its debut. The multifunction pocket in the luggage compartment now has two variable hooks. The optional tablet holder on the back of the front seats is now also available for the sports seats. The ice scraper in the fuel filler flap and the optional umbrella in the front door are now made from sustainable materials. The hand brush in the dedicated front door compartment also remains part of the standard equipment.

Powertrains: Four petrol and two diesel engines as well as mild-hybrid options

The Škoda Octavia is available with a range of advanced four-cylinder engines - four petrol units and two diesels. Power outputs range from 85 kW (115 hp) in the two entry-level variants to 195 kW (265 hp) in the Octavia RS. The 2.0 TSI with 150 kW (204 hp) is due to be launched at a later date and will come with all-wheel drive as standard.

Mild hybrids for even more efficiency

The powertrain line-up of the updated Octavia starts with a 1.5 TSI petrol engine and a 2.0 TDI diesel, each with 85 kW (115 hp) of power and a manual 6-speed gearbox. Like the 1.5 TSI version with 110 kW (150 hp), the entry-level petrol engine is optionally available with mild-hybrid technology and DSG. Energy recovered during braking is stored in a 48-volt lithium-ion battery, using a water-cooled 48-volt belt-driven starter-generator. This supports the internal combustion engine with a surge of electric power or allows the Octavia to coast with the engine completely switched off. When less power is required, both 1.5 TSI engines can switch off two cylinders using ACT+ active cylinder deactivation to reduce fuel consumption. The turbocharger features variable turbine geometry and superior thermal efficiency.

Up to 15 kW (20 hp) more power for the 2.0 TSI engines

Both 2.0 TSI engines inject fuel with a pressure of 350 bar and feature variable valve lift. Improved air intake and friction optimisation contribute to increased power output. The 150 kW (204 hp) variant with all-wheel drive as standard runs on the Budack cycle with an increased compression ratio of 12.2:1 and is 10 kW (14 hp) more powerful than its predecessor. The top petrol engine in the Octavia RS now produces 195 kW (265 hp) - 15 kW (20 hp) more than before.

Diesel with exhaust gas treatment using the twin-dosing process

In both 2.0 TDI engines, a crankshaft drive with steel pistons efficiently reduces heat losses while at the same time increasing combustion speed. Injection pressure is 2,200 bar, while the turbocharger benefits from variable turbine geometry, which ensures optimum boost pressure over a wide rev range, resulting in a smoother power curve characteristic. The optimised exhaust gas treatment system reducing nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions is positioned close to the engine and uses a twin-dosing process to inject AdBlue upstream of two SCR catalytic converters arranged in series.

Safety: New safety and assistance systems for even more effective protection

Škoda Auto has further refined the Octavia's high level of active and passive safety in the updated version. The new Attention and Drowsiness Assist uses an innovative algorithm to assess driver behaviour more precisely. The updated Octavia comes with up to ten airbags while further assistance systems take driver convenience to a new level.

Innovative algorithm assesses driver behaviour

In the updated Octavia, Škoda has replaced Driver Alert with the Attention and Drowsiness Assist, as seen in the all-new Superb and all-new Kodiaq. The system monitors the driver's behaviour and assesses their level of drowsiness. While Driver Alert mainly analysed data from the electromechanical power steering, the Attention and Drowsiness Assist accesses information from various vehicle control units, such as the Lane Assist. It uses an innovative algorithm to recognise short-term inattention (distraction) and long-term inattention (fatigue). It detects deviations from normal steering behaviour at speeds above 65 km/h and continuously evaluates the driver's behaviour in order to draw conclusions about their fitness to drive. If the system concludes that the driver is fatigued, it triggers visual and audible warnings in the Virtual Cockpit at three levels: recommendation, warning and escalation. More advanced traffic sign recognition also provides enhanced driver support.

Convenient and safe parking

The new Intelligent Park Assist (available only with automatic transmission) enables the Octavia to enter and exit parallel and perpendicular parking spaces automatically. In addition to controlling the steering, like the Park Assist in other Škoda models, it now also takes charge of the brakes, speed and direction of travel (forward and reverse). The car will also stop automatically if the system detects an obstacle. The upcoming Remote Park Assist (available only with automatic transmission) will go even further. It will allow the driver to control Intelligent Park Assist manoeuvres remotely from outside the vehicle via the MyŠkoda app. The vehicle and smartphone communicate via Bluetooth when the user is within four metres of the Octavia. All they have to do is select the type of manoeuvre in the app and the direction in which they want to exit the parking space. The maximum speed during the manoeuvre is 9.5 km/h.

High level of passive safety

The Škoda Octavia is one of the safest vehicles in its class. In 2022, it successfully repeated its 5-star rating in the Euro NCAP reference test for crash safety, even under the now more stringent test conditions. Since summer 2022, up to ten airbags have protected the vehicle's occupants in the event of an accident: the central airbag between the driver and front passenger and the knee airbag for the driver, along with the driver and front passenger airbags as well as front side airbags and head airbags, come as standard. Rear side airbags are available as an option.

Škoda Octavia Sportline: Even more dynamic look in combination with almost any powertrain

The Škoda Octavia Sportline trim level with its distinctive dynamic design elements is available for two diesel and two petrol models. The sports suspension and progressive steering are included as standard.

A wealth of black exterior details

Customers looking for an Octavia with sporty flair have a choice beyond the top-of-the-range RS model. In the Sportline variants, Škoda Auto combines elements of the RS look with other powertrains in the series: the 1.5 TSI with 110 kW (150 hp), the 2.0 TSI with 150 kW (204 hp) and all-wheel drive as well as the two 2.0 TDI diesels with 85 kW (115 hp) and 110 kW (150 hp). The sports suspension, lowered by 15 millimetres, and progressive steering are also included as standard. The Škoda grille surround, window frames and wing mirrors are finished in Black Magic metallic on the Octavia Sportline, and the rear side windows and rear window are tinted ("Sunset"). The spoiler lips on the front apron and on the hatchback's tailgate are also painted in Black Magic metallic, as is the roof spoiler on the Combi. The rear bumper features a Black Magic metallic diffuser. LED rear lights with animated turn indicators and animated Coming/Leaving Home function come as standard, while LED Matrix beam headlights are available as an option. The Octavia Sportline rolls on the new black 17-inch brushed Slagard aero wheels as standard. 18-inch Vega aero wheels and the 19-inch Draconis wheels exclusive to the Sportline are available as options. The front wings are adorned with redesigned Sportline badges. The new, two-dimensional Škoda logo on the bonnet and the Škoda lettering on the tailgate are black. The lettering projected onto the ground from the front doors conforms to the new Škoda CI. The scuff plates are finished in black.

Sportline Design Selection with recycled fabrics

The interior of the Octavia Sportline is also modelled on the RS. Examples include the three-spoke multifunction sports leather steering wheel, the pedals' stainless-steel look and the decorative strips in Black Middle Carbon on the dashboard and in gloss black on the doors. In the Sportline Design Selection, the sports seats' upholstery is made of grey recycled fabric and artificial leather. Artificial leather is also used for the door trims and the PAD on the dashboard, complete with double rows of grey stitching.


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