Skoda Fabia RS Rally 2 Breaks Cover With 300 Horsepower


The fourth-generation Fabia was introduced by Skoda a little over a year ago, and it was only a matter of time before the supermini would take on a racing theme.

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the Czech automaker has been able to unveil the new Fabia RS Rally2 which, although it is based on the same MQB A0 platform, has gone through a number of changes.

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In comparison to the Fabia RS Rally2's front-wheel-drive configuration and 150 horsepower, the road car is an AWD machine with 291 horsepower.

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The car is powered by a four-cylinder engine with a 1.6-liter displacement and it pumps out 430 Newton-meters (316 pound-feet) of torque.

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The Fabia RS Rally2 is equipped with mechanical axle differentials front and rear, thanks to Skoda's motorsport division.

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Engineers have added electro-hydraulic control of the inter-axle clutch to disengage the front and rear axles via the handbrake.

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This feature will come in handy when taking sharp turns. Obviously, the chassis is completely different from the road car, and the wheels are 15 inches (with 300-mm discs)

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A special foam is installed on the inside of the Fabia RS Rally2's 82.5-liter fuel tank to reduce the risk of fuel leakage in compliance with FIA regulations.

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