Skoda Fabia VRS 2000


August 10, 2013 By Mike Lee
Last updated on August 1, 2015

Skoda Fabia VRS 2000 posted on 02 June 2011

  • 30th annual cult meet
  • Fabia vRS 2000 design concept created especially for the jubilee meeting
  • Fabia Monte Carlo, Fabia vRS and rally Fabia Super 2000 underscore the brand presentation

 

Skoda Fabia VRS 2000

Mladá Boleslav, 2 June 2011 – This year’s GTI-Treffen in Reifnitz, by Lake Wörthersee, is set to attract tuning fans from all over Europe for the 30th time at the beginning of June, and Škoda will once again be in the thick of the action, showcasing the Fabia vRS 2000 design concept prepared especially for this anniversary meeting, the rally Fabia Super 2000, the sporty Fabia vRS and the all-action Fabia Monte Carlo. Škoda will also be offering a packed programme of entertainment.

“These days, the GTI-Treffen is rightly hailed by fans of powerful engines and sporty customisation as the Mecca of car tuning,” says Škoda CEO Prof. Dr Winfried Vahland.“Anyone who comes to the event once never wants to miss another year of this fascinating get-together. The jubilee year of 2011 is a welcome opportunity for us to show off our sports models and make sure that everyone knows that Škoda really has something to offer here.”

The Fabia vRS 2000 concept car has been developed and built specifically for the GTI-Treffen. Drawing on the successful Fabia Super 2000 rally car, Škoda’s designers have created an original roadster pursuing a single goal: dynamism and the joy of sporty driving. Based on the Škoda Motorsport’s broad rally car, the Fabia vRS 2000 offers plenty of room for 4 occupants. Besides the great view, the sharply sloping windscreen provides a constant supply of fresh air, as well as a sense of being at one with nature.

Skoda Fabia VRS 2000

Motorsports fans can look forward to the Fabia Super 2000, which was unbeatable last season as it dominated the IRC world championship series (Intercontinental Rally Challenge). At Wörthersee, Škoda is presenting the race-winning car driven by the Austrian Raimund Baumschlager as he won his tenth Austrian rally championship. Baumschlager will be making a personal appearance at the Škoda stand on 2nd June.

As well as exhibiting cars, the Škoda stand, which covers an area of ​​600 m2, will host a plethora of events for visitors. Motorsport fans will be able to take part in a rally simulation, experience a free fall, and also race remote-controlled models.