Black exterior and interior accessories give the car a dynamic look.
about a 50% longer cycle time
more than double the cycle distance
131 km/h – higher maximum speed
47 km/h – higher average speed
half the idling time
WHEN WILL ŠKODASTART USING IT?
WLTP was introduced on 1 September 2017. Since then, all new vehicle types have needed WLTP values (this applies only to new vehicle homologation). From 1 September 2018, all new registered vehicles will require WLTP values. ŠKODA will have its first WLTP data in July 2018.
WHO’S INTRODUCING WLTP?
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WLTP in the detail
How the new WLTP differs from the current NEDC.
WLTP requires a higher test mass for vehicles (15% of the maximum payload of the vehicle).
WLTP is more comprehensive than NEDC. WLTP takes additional equipment into account, e.g. bigger wheels, GPS, and spoilers. This influence on CO2 and consumption is measured by the impact the equipment has on rolling resistance, aerodynamics and weight.
RDE stands for Real Driving Emissions and describes the on-road measuring procedure, i.e. it is carried out on the road rather than under standardised test conditions on a test rig, as is the case with WLTP. RDE is also being used in order to verify the emissions (NOx) measured during the WLTP testing procedure.
In RDE tests, exhaust gas emissions – NOx (nitrogen oxide), and particles (fine dust) and other – are measured during an actual drive on the road using a Portable Emissions Measurement System (PEMS).