Some of the highlights of the concept include the black chrome alloy wheels, dark plastic front splitter and rear diffuser, and black side mirrors. Inside, designers have added a contrasting two-tone theme with piano-black dash elements and fake carbon-fiber trim and bright red leather.
According to AutoTelegraaf, Skoda will launch its next-generation Octavia RS in the middle of next year following a debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The car will be available with two engines, a 200hp (147kW) 2.0 TFSI or a 170hp (123kW) 2.0L TDI common-rail turbodiesel.
Expect to see many of the elements from the RS+ concept make it onto the new Octavia RS next year.