Skoda Auto is extremely positive about the Asian market and has its hopes pinned on the Rapid sedan for its growth in Asia. The Czech automaker has made its 2018 Growth Strategy plan, wherein it plans to increase its sales to atleast 15 lakh units per year (worldwide). Thus the company is having high expectations from growing markets like Asia, China and Russia. At the 2012 Auto Expo, Skoda has displayed its range of cars sold in Asia, including the Yeti, Laura and the Rapid (with vRS wheels). The show stopper though was undoubtedly the Fabia R S 2000 Roadster.
The Skoda Fabia RS2000 is a concept car which will never go into production. It features a wide body kit, cutaway roof and insane attention to detail. Based on the Fabia R S hatchback, the R S 2000 debuted at the Worthersee Tour and is a hot looking concept. It features 18-inch, powder coated wheels to give it a stance similar to the R S 2000 rally car. The interiors feature four individual bucket seats with loads of carbon fiber and racing harness in the mix. Power comes through a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, which produces 200 BHP of power for this 4-door convertible.