LED rear lights
Climate control air conditioning
Monte Carlo logo and exterior styling including rear spoiler, rear diffuser, front grille and door mirrors in black
Milton Keynes, 12 February 2016 - This is why the car manufacturer is surprising and rewarding its customers up and down the country this Valentine’s Day.
To celebrate the romance ŠKODA owners have with their beloved cars, early on Sunday 14th February, a team of ŠKODA cupids will make their way across six UK cities, placing special red roses on the windscreens of much-loved ŠKODAs that take their fancy.
The roses will be attached to a love note telling of their special reward. Whether it’s a brand new Superb, a faithful Fabia or a pre-loved Octavia, any ŠKODA owner could be adored enough to receive a £50 gift towards a tank of fuel.
ŠKODA owners are encouraged to keep their cars out of their garages overnight, so they don’t miss out.
The activity supports the ŠKODA Octavia ‘Loved, not owned’ campaign, showing on TV now.
Emotion, dynamism and passion – ŠKODA combines all of these qualities with the ‘vRS’ initials. Even before its market launch, the Czech car manufacturer’s first high performance SUV, the ŠKODA KODIAQ vRS, proves that it can hold its own on the most challenging race track in the world. Racing driver Sabine Schmitz set the lap record for a seven-seater SUV at the Nürburgring’s legendary Nordschleife in the ŠKODA KODIAQ vRS, highlighting the car’s performance qualities. The KODIAQ vRS extends the range of vRS models in the ŠKODA line up.
A detailed report from the record breaking-lap with the video and photo-gallery, as well as the article with interviews with Sabine Schmitz and František Drábek, can be found on ŠKODA Storyboard. The material is freely downloadable and useable in media.
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