Skoda has recently begun testing its all-new Octavia, due out this autumn in Frankfurt.
These 2020 Octavia renderings are inspired by the latest spy shots of Skoda’s upcoming model.
Looks like the fourth-generation Skoda Octavia will ditch the split headlights of the current model.
The upgrades bring the Skoda Octavia RS wagon closer to the VW Golf R in terms of performance.
Skoda has made more than 2.5 million Octavias since launching the third-gen in 2012.
The new trim level can be had with either a 1.5-liter petrol or a 2.0-liter diesel and in sedan or estate variants.
The Octavia Dynamic+ Package adds a few visual updates and is available with most engine options.
The new Octavia SE Drive comes with three engine options and a host of standard equipment.
Skoda UK has launched a new version of the Octavia vRS, priced from £30,085.
One possible venue for the debut of the new Octavia is the Frankfurt Motor Show this fall.
Skoda says the digital instrument cluster allows customization and has five different layouts.
The hybrid will reportedly be offered alongside gasoline and diesel powertrains, which won’t be ditched.