- The roadster is the seventh model made under Skoda’s Student Car project model
- Its design is inspired by Skoda’s 1100 OHC sports prototype from 1957
- It will be built by a team of 31 trainees from Skoda’s vocational school in Mladá Boleslav
Skoda’s well-established Student Car project has produced its seventh unique model –the Scala-based Slavia roadster.
Though not intended as a series production model, the Slavia is the flagship project of the Czech brand’s vocational school of mechanical engineeringin Mladá Boleslav, which trains students in various disciplines to embark on a career within Skoda.
The students are invited annually to design their dream car together, with previous examples including last year’s Mountiaq pick-up and Atero coupé. The Slavia was built by a team of 31 trainees who elected to turn the existing Scala hatchback into a ‘sporty…