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SKODA FELICIA KIT CAR (1995): The next chapter in an international success story

After the ŠKODA FAVORIT’s victory in the World Championship for so-called Formula 2 vehicles, expectations were high for the newly presented ŠKODA FELICIA KIT CAR. In the 1990s, it was common for rally cars to be based on production models.

The entire body skeleton of the ŠKODA FELICIA KIT CAR as well as the roof, doors, bonnet and windows were derived from the production model. The most significant changes compared to the production car were under the bonnet: When ŠKODA MOTORSPORT was developing the ŠKODA FELICIA KIT CAR, the team not only had the tried-and-tested OHV engine with a capacity of 1,300 cm3 at its disposal but also an engine with a higher 1.5-litre displacement. It was with this engine that the car was ultimately homologated.

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