New Octavia goes

plug-in

Skoda Octavia iV, 2020, front
Skoda Octavia iV, 2020, rear
Skoda Octavia iV estate, 2020, front
Skoda Octavia iV estate, 2020, rear
Skoda Octavia iV, 2020, instrument panel
Skoda Octavia iV, 2020, charging point

SKODA is continuing its electrification programme with the addition of an iV plug-in hybrid model to its new Octavia range.

Using the same petrol/electric drivetrain technology seen in the Superb iV and the Octavia vRS iV, the new Octavia iV is priced from £30,795 and is available in hatch and estate forms.

With a plug-in hybrid drivetrain, the Octavia iV is the most fuel-efficient Octavia so far with a WLTP fuel consumption rated between 282.5 -188.3mpg. CO2outputs are 22-33g/km on the combined cycle.

The Octavia iV has a 1.4-litre TSI petrol engine and electric motor which develop a total of 204ps and has an electric only range of up to 43 miles.

Recharging - which is done from a connection of the front passenger side wing - can be done to full capacity in 3.5 hours from a standard domestic 16A supply.

Estate variants are priced from £31,745 with higher specification SE L models costing from £33,605. The hatch in SE L grade is priced from £32,525.

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