2017 Skoda Octavia - Vienna Auto Show Live

14/01/2017 - 16:47 | ,   | Sagar Parikh

Will be launched in India this year.

Skoda Auto is showcasing the 2017 Skoda Octavia at the Vienna Auto Show. Here are the facelifted Octavia's images from the Austrian show, originally published on autofilou.at.

2017 Skoda Octavia (facelift) front at 2017 Vienna Auto Show
The new quad-headlight setup is the biggest exterior change on the 2017 Skoda Octavia.

The 2017 Skoda Octavia incorporates a new front with the mid-cycle update. The front-end makes the facelifted model instantly recognisable, thanks to the quad headlight setup. Changes include revisions to the radiator grille and lower grille, and tweaks to the tail lights.

Inside, the 2017 Skoda Octavia features a new instrument cluster, heated steering wheel, folding tables for the rear-seat passengers, a removable torch (Combi-only feature), PET bottle holders and a customizable key (with vehicle settings memory).

The new Octavia's Swing, Bolero, Amundsen and Columbus infotainment systems feature capacitive displays, with the latter's screen 9.2-inch in width.

Newly designed instrument panel and operating controls, new seat upholstery and optional ambient lighting with ten selectable colours are a few more interior highlights of the 2017 Skoda Octavia. In the Style and Laurin & Klement grades, the decorative strips have ambient lighting as standard. The Ambition grade features a new black/brown reference combination and an entirely black instrument panel.

2017 Skoda Octavia (facelift) rear three quarters at 2017 Vienna Auto Show
The 2017 Skoda Octavia comes with five TSI petrol and four TDI engines in the European market.

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The 2017 Skoda Octavia comes with five TSI petrol, and four TDI diesel engines, displacements range from 1.0 to 2.0-litre, and maximum output range from 63 kW (84 hp) to 135 kW (184 hp). 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual, 6-speed dual-clutch automatic and 7-speed dual-clutch automatic are the transmission choices.

[Source: autofilou.at]

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