Ce n'est que plus tôt cette semaine que nos espions ont filmé un prototype pratiquement nu de l'Octavia RS. Maintenant Škoda veut nous enthousiasmer pour la révélation de sa voiture à Genève la semaine prochaine par le biais d'une dernière vidéo. La version "Rallye Sport" de la voiture la plus vendue de la marque est présentée en version "iV" - un suffixe indiquant sa motorisation électrifiée.

Utilisant le même ensemble que la VW Golf GTE et la Cupra Leon PHEV récemment dévoilées, la Škoda Octavia RS iV combinera un moteur essence 1,4 litre turbocompressé et un moteur électrique. L'installation hybride fournira à la sportive de Mladá Boleslav une puissance totale de 245 chevaux et un couple important de 400 Newton-mètres.

Galerie: 2020 Skoda Octavia RS iV teasers

Alors que ses cousines de Wolfsburg et de Martorell pourront parcourir jusqu'à 60 kilomètres sans boire une goutte d'essence, l'Octavia RS iV aura une autonomie électrique certifiée WLTP légèrement plus courte de 55 kilomètres. Škoda n'explique pas pourquoi, mais cela est probablement lié au poids plus élevé de la voiture, puisque l'Octavia est plus grande que la Golf et la Leon. 

La RS iV ne sera pas la seule Octavia exposée au Salon de l'automobile de Genève, car Škoda propose également une autre variante hybride rechargeable avec le même 1.4 TSI et le même moteur électrique, mais avec une puissance réduite à 201 ch et 350 Nm. Plus tard dans l'année, la gamme Octavia RS sera diversifiée avec l'ajout de modèles plus conventionnels équipés des moteurs 2.0 TSI et 2.0 TDI. Il reste à voir si le diesel sera de nouveau proposé avec une transmission intégrale.

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All-new OCTAVIA RS iV plug-in hybrid is the ŠKODA highlight at the Geneva Motor Show

Video teases sporty range topper for the fourth OCTAVIA generation
› OCTAVIA RS iV: combining RS history with sustainable powertrain technology
› Motor show debut in Geneva for other electrified OCTAVIA versions and KAMIQ SCOUTLINE

Mladá Boleslav, 27 February 2020 – ŠKODA is using a video to reveal first details of the all-new ŠKODA OCTAVIA RS iV. The sporty range topper for the fourth OCTAVIA generation combines tradition and innovation. Signature black bodywork elements and a sporty interior design pay homage to the RS history, while the first plug-in hybrid powertrain to feature in a ŠKODA RS model points the way towards a sustainable future. In addition to the world premiere of the OCTAVIA RS iV on 3 March, ŠKODA will also be presenting one further OCTAVIA iV model as well as the new KAMIQ SCOUTLINE at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.

Its black ŠKODA grille, dynamic front apron with black Air Curtains and a rear apron featuring Aero Flaps and a matching rear diffuser in sporty black instantly identify the all-new OCTAVIA RS iV as a member of the RS family. The black alloy wheel design reveals brake callipers finished in red; the saloon’s tailgate comes with a black RS rear spoiler, while the COMBI estate features a roof spoiler in body colour. In the predominantly black interior, colourful highlights are provided by contrasting stitching on the sports seats with integrated headrests and on the leather-covered three-spoke multifunction sports steering wheel.

For the first time in an RS model, dynamic performance is ensured by a plug-in hybrid powertrain. A 1.4 TSI petrol engine and an 85-kW electric motor combine to deliver a system output of 180 kW (245 PS) and a maximum torque of 400 Nm, with CO2 emissions of around 30 g/km over the WLTP cycle (provisional data). Moreover, the OCTAVIA RS iV can cover up to 55 kilometres (WLTP) in all-electric mode, i.e. without generating any local emissions. A sports suspension with signature RS fine-tuning ensures dynamic handling.

Additional OCTAVIA model with hybrid technology
ŠKODA is complementing its Geneva presentation of the OCTAVIA RS iV by surrounding it with one more electrified version of its best-seller. The OCTAVIA iV also has a plug-in hybrid powertrain; its 1.4 TSI joins forces with an electric motor to provide a combined output of 150 kW (204 PS) and a maximum torque of 350 Nm. Available in conjunction with the Ambition and Style trim levels, this model version has a lithium-ion high-voltage battery with a capacity of 37 Ah and an energy content of 13 kWh. Like the RS iV, it can be conveniently charged at home from a 230-volt mains socket or a wallbox.

Debut of the first SCOUTLINE version of a ŠKODA SUV
Another ŠKODA to have its motor show premiere in Geneva is the KAMIQ SCOUTLINE. This car marks the first time ŠKODA is releasing a SCOUTLINE version of an SUV. Features such as matt black wheel arch covers and rugged silver bodywork elements lend this city SUV a daredevil look which is emphasised by large alloy wheels with a diameter of 17 or 18 inches. The KAMIQ SCOUTLINE will be available with any engine from this model series, with outputs ranging from 66 kW (90 PS) to 110 kW (150 PS).

In the interior, the ŠKODA KAMIQ SCOUTLINE boasts a generous amount of space and exclusive decorative trims – with an ash-wood effect as standard and a dark brushed design available as an option – complemented by chrome-style air vents. The pedal covers feature an aluminium design. While the height-adjustable front seats come with special SCOUTLINE upholstery made of breathable ThermoFlux fabric and Suedia microfibre, the steering wheel, handbrake lever and gearshift lever have a leather finish. The LED ambient lighting illuminates the centre console, door storage compartments, door handles and footwells in white, red or orange. Moreover, the new KAMIQ SCOUTLINE is fitted with LED reading lights. Customers can opt for a black roof lining to round off the interior.