Czech auto mobile manufacturer Skoda has reintroduced its luxury sedan Octavia by launching the passenger vehicle's third generation version.The vehicle had been discontinued after 2010, as the second generation version of the vehicle did not meet the emission requirements.According to the company, the third generation is the Octavia’s largest, safest and most environmentally friendly version.The new luxury sedan is being produced at the company’s plant in Aurangabad, Maharastra, where the firm’s other products such as Superb, Yeti and Laura are manufactured.
The cars interiors are big up from the current generations of cars on offer and the space inside the car reminds E-Class.The seats are cushioned pretty well to give comfort and the boot stands at a mammoth 590 litres to give all the space that might require to carry stuff around. The car will have a weight reduction of around 85 kg to make it all the more economical and faster in overall performance.The car is expected to hit the Indian roads soon and expect to arrive towards the later half of the year 2013. Skoda said Octavia is a key product in its largest growth strategy with an aim to increase annual sales to at least 1.5 million units.The company, which has been present in the Indian market since 2001, said that it increased its sales by 14.2 per cent to more than 30,000 units in 2012.In the first seven months of 2013 alone, the Czechs sold 13,800 vehicles in the subcontinent. This means that around 178,300 Skodas were delivered to Indian customers between 2001 and the end of July 2013.
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