The next-generation Skoda Octavia is set to present drivers with more space, more equipment and the latest in technology features than other models in the range.
Upon the vehicle's launch in March, motorists will be able to choose between two petrol and two diesel models, as well as three very familiar trim levels - the S, SE and Elegance.
Each of these trims come packed with a host of additional equipment which the outgoing Skoda Octavia models were lacking.
The entry-level Octavia S, for example, will feature an exterior complete with striking 16-inch Minoris alloy wheels and daytime running lights.
Safety has also been enhanced on this particular model, thanks to the inclusion of a driver knee airbag and head and curtain airbags, on top of automatic post-collision braking technology.
Speaking of technological features on the all-new Skoda Octavia S trim level, the vehicle is also packing a stylish Bolero touchscreen display and Bluetooth accessibility.
Working up to the Skoda Octavia SE model, this particular vehicle offers drivers acoustic rear parking sensors, a maxi-dot trip computer and front fog lights.
Motorists are also guaranteed a safe ride every time, thanks to a driver alert system which monitors fatigue from the person behind the wheel.
When it comes to the high-end Skoda Octavia Elegance, motorists can be assured of reaching every destination with ease through a sleek Amundsen satellite navigation system.
This particular trim level is also the only option in the range to come complete with telescopic front headlight washers, a high beam assist function and a luxurious Alcantara and leather interior trim design.
When it comes to the level of performance delivered by the all-new Skoda Octavia – no matter the trim chosen – the vehicle delivers CO2 emissions as low as 89g/km and achieves up to 83mpg of fuel efficiency on a combined cycle.
Lexus uncovers new 2014 CT 200h features
Lexus has been busy at international motor shows in recent months, displaying its latest design inno...