The mid-size sedan, Slavia, from the Czech carmaker Skoda, is currently one of the most popular sedans in the segment. The car has gained its popularity because of its highly powerful 150 bhp 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine. A number of enthusiasts have bought this sedan and have also modified it to make it look distinct. Recently, another video of one of the best-looking Skoda Slavia cars has been shared online. This particular Slavia has been wrapped and fitted with a catback exhaust system.
The video of this highly modified Skoda Slavia has been shared on YouTube by Atishey Jain on their channel. It starts off with the introduction of the car, where the presenter states that the owner of this particular car has owned it for the last 1.5 years and has fully modified it with a ton of mods, which make it look extremely impressive. He then introduces the owner of the car and asks him a ton of questions about his customized Skoda Slavia.
First of all, the presenter asks the owner about the age of the car and when he bought it. To this, the owner replied that he got the car back in April of 2022. The presenter then mentioned that as the car was such an early model, it came equipped with a bigger touchscreen and a built-in subwoofer. The presenter then asks the owner about the modifications done to this car.
Following this, the owner of the Slavia starts at the front of the car and mentions that the entire car, as can be seen, has been wrapped in a very sleek-looking Nardo Grey wrap. For those unaware, Nardo Grey is one of Audi’s special colors and is very popular among enthusiasts. He then states that the grille has been blacked out and the headlights have also been smoked. Next, he mentions that the fog lamps have been replaced with HID projector bulbs. After this, he adds that the lower grilles have also been changed and a universal front splitter has also been added.
Moving on, the owner of the car then shows the side profile of the car and mentions that the alloy wheels have also been changed and he has also added Skoda VRS badges to the wheels. Next up, he mentions that all the chrome on the car has been deleted to add to that mean and aggressive appearance. The owner of the car also adds that the side mirror covers have also been wrapped in carbon fiber.
After the side profile, the owner of the car and the presenter move to the rear end of the car, and the presenter then asks about the modifications done to the rear. To this, the owner of the car mentions that like the rest of the car, the emblems have been dechromed, and a sporty diffuser has been added.
The presenter then asks the owner about the exhaust tips and exhaust of the vehicle, and the owner replies that he has added a catback exhaust to the car. The presenter asks the owner why he didn’t opt for a full straight pipe exhaust, to which the owner replied that currently there is no tune for the car, so adding a full straight pipe exhaust will bring up the check engine light on the dash, which he does not want.
Following the exterior, the presenter and the owner of the car take their seats inside the car and talk about the changes done to the interior. To this, the owner of the car mentions that on the interior, he has not done anything new, and it is entirely stock. The only thing he mentions is that he has opted for a decode, which cost him around Rs 5,000, and this has enabled him to unlock some new features on the digital instrument cluster and the main touchscreen infotainment system. Apart from that, the interior has been kept the same as it came from the factory.