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In honor of Father’s Day, Skoda has released an informative ad about the Father-Son duo, which owns the latest genetic version and the current genetic model, the Skoda Octavia. This is special because the Octavia is one of the most successful sedans in the D segment ever sold in India and it is very interesting to see the original version of the latest model. Although this video is part of Skoda India’s advertising campaign, it is still gratifying to see two generations of Octy gathering for a special promotional film.
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It’s all about creating a legacy and passing the baton.
Celebrate this Father’s Day with ŠKODA AUTO India, the generation of love, care and values!#SKODAI India # Father’s Day pic.twitter.com/C3WyiZNxap
– ŠKODA AUTO India (@SkodaIndia) June 19, 2022
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Skoda Octavia advertisement on Father’s Day
The video shows how modern the Octavia is by comparing it with the old model. It has sharp folds and distinctive lines on the sides, a typical Skoda design theme that makes it look muscular, a shiny front with a sculpted hood, a C-shaped dual LED DRL, a branded butterfly grille with a chrome frame and a sharp bumper. with fog lamp housing. The alloy wheels are elegant and the chrome belt around the side windows gives it a high-end layout.
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With its premium interior, the latest technical features, comfort and added features, the Skoda Octavia now belongs to its premium luxury sedan segment. While not a direct competitor to the Octavia, it is conveniently located between the Hyundai Elantra (now discontinued) and Germany’s luxury sedans.
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The Skoda Octavia comes with a 2.0-liter TSI turbocharged petrol engine that delivers 190 PS and 320 Nm of maximum power and torque in its latest iteration. This is the only 7-speed DSG transmission that complements the engine. Octavia starts at Rs 25.85 and goes up to Rs 29.85 in the former showroom. Industry experts consider it a decent alternative to the premium sedan with a relatively affordable price compared to other German luxury sedans.