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Milotec Skoda Octavia RS


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The Skoda Octavia is one of the more successful cars to come out of the Skoda and Volkswagen partnership over the past years. With the RS model, the Milotec tuned Skoda Octavia is the perfect car for those looking for great performance and handling, while wanting some extra space inside when compared to the VW Golf GTI. Keeping budget in mind, the 2.0-liter TFSI petrol engine produces 200 horsepower and the 2.0-liter TDI diesel puts down 170 horses. Milotec has come into the picture to give the Skoda Octavia tuning project some accessories with a new styling kit and modest performance boost. On the exterior you will find a new front grille, revised front and rear bumper, carbon fiber wrap for the roof, and a diffuser and boot lid spoiler to round out the back.

These styling parts are complemented with the addition of 19-inch alloy wheels that match the body color and come wrapped in Hankook S1 Evo high performance tires. A H&R suspension kit was installed to drop the ride while improving handling. Performance tuning consists of a simple sports exhaust system hooked up underneath by Milotec. It increases the power output by around 5 percent, and along with the new ECU tuning, the TDI version was jumped up to 200 HP.

Inside the Skoda Octavia RS is a variety of mods, including aluminum pedals and footrest, continued by custom aluminum trim for the dashboard, door panels, and custom door sills.

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