We take a spin in the most powerful vRS to hit the road to date. The last one was a cracker, is the new one up to snuff?
The Skoda Octavia is a great car -- it's spacious, good to drive and cheap. However, there is a way to improve it: power.
Not many cars can be described as bats#*t crazy, but on our first ever XCAR shoot at Morgan the honorary title was bestowed on the 3-wheeler. Ever since we have felt a strong attraction to those cars with mad looks and a sociopathic personality. They are truly insane and we absolutely love them.
The idea of popping a silly-powerful engine into the most inappropriate of spaces has been floating around for ages; with the Audi A1 Quattro the idea has been taken to something of an extreme.
They say Skodas are slow, but not this one. This Skoda Octavia vRS can hit 227.080 mph. Really.
The Bonneville Speed Week attracts many folk, including Skoda. The Czech firm took a modified Octavia vRS over there to smash records and my is it quick.
Skoda Auto has unveiled a giant, high-spec stroller that it's calling "the ultimate accessory for new dads."
The videophone boasts several apps and features which -- at no cost to the end user -- bring crisp video chats to the TVs of deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers across the U.S.
If you're searching for a big, really powerful receiver to run an ultimate home theater, Denon's AVR-4810CI might be the holy grail.
You might think you know what a PVR is, but in the UK we're really stuck in the past with our digital recording antics. Happily, Virgin Media is bringing TiVo back