The new Skoda Octavia wagon has been spied testing in both standard and sporty RS forms, as the German-owned Czech brand readies for the cars’ respective Geneva and Frankfurt motor show debuts.

Wrapped in camouflage to look like the old Skoda Ocatvia, the new third-generation RS wagon is highlighted by its more aggressive front bumper, prominent rear spoiler, and dual sports exhausts that mirror those seen on the Octavia RS sedan.

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With engine and gearbox combinations likely to match the standard sedan model, the Skoda Octavia wagon range will no doubt include Skoda’s flagship 132kW 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine and both manual and automatic transmissions.

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The hotter RS variant is expected to be powered by a 164kW turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine tied to either a six-speed manual or dual-clutch DSG automatic transmission. A diesel-powered RS version is also rumoured to be on the cards to join the line-up. There remain suggestions of a four-wheel-drive version for the new Octavia RS wagon too, but this is yet to be confirmed at this stage.

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The new Skoda Octavia range is set to reach Australian showrooms during the second half of this year.

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  • Noddy_of_Toyland

    Lovely car, even better than the Superb Combi.

  • Modern Man

    are those led tailights on the second pic i can see poking through

    • 3D4

      Yes that one is RS wagon and will have LED’s an bi-xenons.

  • Mark

    The view of the rear kind of reminds me of the Commodore Sportwagon.

  • SkoodaGuy

    Hmmmmm….it’s ok….but i’m not sure about the “car advice” details on the windscreen and rear windows.

  • 42 = The Answer

    The camo works well, it makes them look hideous!

  • Zaccy16

    will be very good when it comes out, too underrated though because its really a more practical golf gti!

    • Zaccy15

      I agayree!!!

  • JoeR_AUS

    This model also gets 5 star safety. The current model has a diesel RS but a AWD version would be welcome, does this replace the Scout?

  • Norm

    Looks a very good and practical wagon.

    Skoda pleeeeeeeease ditch DSGs. You must have ZF’s phone number somewhere?