Škoda creates limited edition Fabia Rally2 evo

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To honor its 120th year in racing, Škoda Motorsport has created a limited edition of its Fabia Rally2 evo, the Edition 120, with only 12 units available to customers. The car features the updates added to the recently released evo model, along with an additional equipment pack, special livery and extra accessories. For example, it will be supplied with green painted magnesium wheels and an auxiliary LED lighting pod complete with LED corner lights.

A full package of extra internal accessories, which has been assembled based on factory crews’ experience, is also part of the standard configuration. This includes storage bags and nets for personal belongings, tools, spare parts and additional equipment. Driver comfort accessories like camel bags for drinking water, bottles for car liquids, belts, holders and more complete the package of extras.

The limited-edition equipment also includes a unique Edition 120 welcome screen for both monitors in the cockpit, a special car livery plus a plaque identifying the production number. A certificate of authenticity, useful Škoda merchandise like a backpack and an exclusive Škoda Fabia Rally2 evo model car (1:18 scale) round up the offer.

“The limited-production Škoda Fabia Rally2 evo Edition 120 is an all-inclusive version of the 2021 upgraded car. With the package of improved parts, it not only offers a further developed version of our championship-winning car but, with its exclusive features, the limited Edition 120 is also a veritable collector’s car,” said Michal Hrabánek, head of Škoda Motorsport.

Buyers of the limited Škoda Fabia Rally2 evo Edition 120 can choose to add further options if required, such as a longer gear set, making the vehicle better suited to rallies with high average speed by increasing the top speed to 202km/h. Especially for low-grip surfaces, Škoda also offers a third set of differential ramps (48/70), which can be used on gravel and tarmac stages.

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