Skoda unveils Yeti, Octavia and Superb Tour de France limited editions

Skoda has unveiled unique versions of Yeti, Octavia and Superb for cycling fans to celebrate Tour de France’s first three race stages taking place in the UK.

Each model comes cyclist in mind with ‘le Tour de France’ badging, waterproof seat covers and bike wheel bags – all of which feature the Tour de France logo.

Customers will also receive a centenary edition of the Rouleur Tour de France book and a competition entry to win a VIP Tour de France experience.

All three cars are available in either Red, White or Blue – the national colours of both the UK and France.

Production will be limited to 198 unit of each model.

The Yeti TdF edition is based on the Outdoor SE 4×4 model with a 138bhp 2.0-litre TDI and priced at £23,490. Other enhancements include Amundsen satellite navigation system with DAB digital radio, Keyless Entry and Start System, floor mats and an internal bike rack.

The Superb TdF is based on the Estate Outdoor 4×4 with a 138bhp 2.0-litre TDI and is priced at £28,490. In addition to the same enhancements as the Yeti, it also comes with space saver spare wheel and boot net programme.

The Octavia TdF is based on the Estate SE 4×4 and uses a 147bhp 2.0-litre TDI, priced at £24,290. It also comes with the same enhancements as the Yeti and Superb, along with roof bars and a roof-mounted bike carrier.


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