VW Group-owned Skoda has revealed plans to launch six new models for the current year. European markets will receive these models which will include Rapid compact model, to be released in January, followed by new generation Octavia in March 2013 while a Combi is due in June of the same year. Three more vehicles will come out in quick succession between August and December. These details have not yet been revealed by the company but could include Octavia RS, an updated Superb and a new Yeti.
Skoda has more plans lined up for this New Year where special Skoda logo and branding is to be seen on the Fabia and Roomster. This new logo with innovative lettering is depicted by a winged arrow in a contemporary design. The insignia will also carry the carmakers name, engine types and other details such as TSI, TDI, GreenLine or vRS which will be seen at the rear of these vehicles.
Skoda unveiled the 2013 Skoda Octavia some time ago but has just released details as to what the engine options would be. Petrol engines will include a 1.2 liter TSI, 1.2 liter TSI Greentec, 1.4 liter TSI Greentec, while the top petrol variant will be a 1.8 TSI Greentec. Diesel options would include a 1.6 liter TDI, 1.6 liter TDI Greentec, 1.6 liter TDI GreenLine and a 2.0 liter TDI Greentec. For more information, scroll down.