If you weren’t content with the two official images and scant powertrain details on the new Rapid sedan released by Skoda last month, we have more than 100 pictures and additional specs on the compact sedan's lineup.
Like its sister model the Seat Toledo, the Rapid makes use of on an extended version of the VW Polo's platform and measures 4.48 m (176.4 in.) in length, 1.71 m (67.3 in.) in width and 1.46 m (57.5 in.) in height.
The Czech automaker said that despite the car's compact dimensions, it will "comfortably seat up to five persons" providing ample luggage space.
While we cannot comment on the passenger room yet, the new Skoda that is equipped with a tailgate that lifts together with the rear window has a capacious boot space of 550 litres, which is just shy of the 560 litres offered by the much larger BMW 5-Series Estate.
The car that closes the gap between the Fabia supermini and the Octavia will hit European showrooms this fall following its debut at the Paris Motor Show with a selection of four petrol and two diesel engines, all of them conforming to EU 5 standards.
The petrol line-up includes the 1.2-liter MPI three-cylinder producing 74hp (75PS), a 1.2-liter TSI turbo with 85hp (86PS) and 103hp (105PS) and a 1.4-liter TSI turbo with 121hp (122PS).
The two diesels are a 1.6 litre unit with direct common rail injection and a particulate matter filter with 89hp (90PS) that is scheduled for launch in the second half of 2013, and the 1.6-liter TDI CR with 104hp (105PS). Both of these diesel engines will be offered with an optional seven-speed DSG double-clutch transmission.