Skoda Octavia chip tuning – More performance and a better acceleration
Skoda's mid-size car is the Czech automaker's best-seller. With 418,000 Octavia units sold worldwide, Skoda sold as many Octavia in 2017 as Fabia and Rapid combined. Since 2020, there has been a new star among the Skoda Octavia: the Skoda Octavia IV. For its various engines, there are now also reliable engine optimizations: The two new tuning systems from DTE Systems allow you to improve performance and optimize throttle response. The PowerControl performance enhancement and the PedalBox offer full control over the various performance ranges of your vehicle. Thanks to a smartphone app, the engine tuning system can be operated in a simple way. So you can always adapt it to the current driving style and even save up to 15% fuel. The two tuning systems from DTE can be installed in the engine compartment or on the accelerator pedal in no time at all and are immediately ready for use.
Octavia chip tuning: The perfect engine tuning for more horsepower
PowerControl X – performance in the Skoda Octavia via smartphone
PedalBox im Octavia – optimize the response of your car
Powerful accelerator tuning from DTE: Better acceleration for the Skoda Octavia
Tuning with quality promise and guarantee
Operational safety is the top priority for DTE tuning products. With the latest technology of all additional control devices, all protective functions of the motors are retained and the legally prescribed emission values are not affected. To increase performance, all new DTE developments and products are checked using different test vehicles and in accordance with standard test methods on the in-house MAHA dynamometer. DTE Systems also offers a satisfaction guarantee and comprehensive 2 years product warranty which can be increased to an optional 5 years product warranty for all your Skoda Octavia tuning purchases. Further information on the warranty certificate is enclosed with the product.
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Compact Octavia - the second world car
As one of the most important volume models, the Czech VW subsidiary Škoda creates a second-world car next to the VW Golf. In 1996, the first model based on VW's Golf IV appeared. Starting from the third generation, the compact car got the basis of the Modular Transverse Toolkit (MQB) by the VW Group. As a compact class, the Octavia is available on the market as an estate or a sedan. Around two-thirds of all Octavia models sold are station wagon versions, partly because the station wagon is particularly interesting as a family car and for commuters. In the 4th generation, Škoda is equipping Octavia with digital features such as a digital cockpit, head-up display and smartphone connectivity. Another first is that the Octavia iV is available for the first time as a plug-in hybrid. Here, a 1.4 TSI petrol engine provides a powerful 156 hp and, together with a 75 kW electric motor, comes to a system output of 204 hp. Octavia's various model series features everything from 1.0-liter to 2.0 TSI engines. In its fastest diesel variant, the Octavia RS 4x4, the compact car has 200 hp with 400 Nm and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.8 seconds. The various models of the Octavia are equipped with all-wheel or front-wheel drive, and in many versions there is a choice between automatic and manual transmission.