Skoda has released the first images of 2009 Skoda Octavia vRS facelift along with its details. Powered by 2.0 T FSI engine coupled with a six-speed manual twin-clutch DSG transmission, the 2009 Skoda Octavia vRS facelift may outputs 200bhp and offers a 37.7mpg fuel economy. However, a 2.0 TDI CR engine also available for the 2009 Skoda Octavia vRS facelift that offers 170bhp and 49.6mpg fuel economy.
Skoda Octavia vRS facelift (2009) is now available with 18″ Neptune alloy wheels and it comes with a redesigned rear lights, front grille, and headlamps so it can be fitted with xenon and an adaptive front lighting system.
Skoda Octavia vRS facelift (2009) also comes with LED lamps for daytime lighting and front fog lamps with optional cornering function.http://carmodifcation.blogspot.com/
Following the launch of the new Octavia late last year, the vRS and Scout have been updated to bring them into line with the current range and family face of Skoda.
The sporty Octavia vRS has proved extremely popular since it was launched in 2000. More than 60,000 have been sold, 70 per cent of which were the estate version.
The facelifted vRS has a redesigned front grille featuring the vRS logo and bold headlamps, which for the first time can be fitted with xenon headlights combined with the adaptive front lighting system. The car has two more completely new features: front fog lamps with optional cornering function and LED lamps for daytime lighting. The rear lights have been redesigned to look more attractive and new 18” Neptune alloy wheels are available.
Other changes to the vRS include a new metallic paint, Anthracite, and a lowered (now 127mm) sports-tuned chassis.
The car is also lighter – the petrol version by 20kg and the diesel by 15kg. With reduced air resistance the maximum speed of the vRS is now higher and the car’s responsiveness and acceleration have also been improved.
The vRS is available with a choice of two engines, which both comply with the EU5 standard. The 2.0 T FSI 200bhp offers fuel consumption of 37.7mpg (combined cycle) and CO2 emissions of 175g/km. The 2.0 TDI CR 170bhp offers 49.6mpg (combined cycle) and emits 150g/km of CO2. Both engines are available with a six-speed manual twin-clutch DSG transmission.