The ŠKODA Rapid SPORT Concept surfaced at this years Wörthersee festival being held from May 8-11, 2013. During this prestigious festival, the company also presented four other sports cars. These include the Skoda Octavia Combi, Skoda Citigo Motorsport, Fabia RS Motorsport UK Edition, and the Skoda Fabia S2000.
Skoda Rapid Sport is seen in metallic colors of Corrida Red and Steel Grey and sits on 19” alloy wheels. Its façade sports highly exciting spoilers and air intakes while the vehicle is seen with sporty accents at the rear. This includes a capacious bumper and two exhaust tailpipes while its carbon framework will add to the sporty appeal. Interiors sport Recaro seats and a sporty designed steering wheel. Exteriors will be seen with a striking front grille in black along with black roof girders and external mirrors.
The Skoda Octavia Combi is a station wagon with 18” wheels which will be finished in matte black while interiors will have black sports seats with red accents. Skoda Citigo Motorsport comes in a white body color with contrasting black stripes on its hood and a panoramic roof. It will sit on 16” alloy wheels with rear end seen with a distinctive Skoda Motorsport badge. Viewers at the Wörthersee festival will note that both Fabia RS Motorsport and Skoda Fabia S2000 are attractive to fans.
ŠKODA’s chairman of the board, Prof. Dr. h.c. Winfried Vahland said, “As a brand with an almost 112 year tradition in motorsports, it is a matter of honor for us to participate in this fascinating tuning event and to present the fans our brand’s sports cars.” “With the ŠKODA Rapid SPORT, we will put a particularly sporty and emotional version of our new compact sedan Rapid on display for the first time.” He added, “The GTI Meeting is a Mecca for all tuning and motorsports fans.”
“With the ŠKODA Rapid SPORT, we will put a decidedly dynamic and emotional version of our new compact sedan Rapid on display for the first time. This way, we once again demonstrate the competence of our team with regard to sporty vehicles and motorsports,” said Werner Eichhorn, ŠKODA board member for sales and marketing.