- There may be a lot of change in the front look
- Dual tone color will be recognized
- Full attention to infotainment and comfort
A famous SUV from Skoda Auto India is making a comeback in the Indian market after almost two years. After the implementation of BS-6 rules in the country, the company removed it from the market. Its price will also be revealed next Monday, January 10, while many new features and updates are expected in it. Learn about them…
This is what the new Skoda Kodiaq will look like
The exterior of Skoda Auto India’s new Skoda Kodiaq may come with a fresh look. The front is expected to get a hexagon grille with chrome finish and body colored bumpers. At the same time, it can also have Crystalline LED headlights.
While a new type of lighting scheme and turn indicators can be found on the rear of the car. This will change its look a lot. At the same time, the company can also give updates like dual-tone alloy wheels and roof rails in it.
The interiors of the Skoda Kodiaq will change too
The company is going to launch the facelift version of Skoda Kodiaq on January 10. Its interior will also be quite different from the old car. Dual tone theme will be available in the new Skoda Kodiaq. At the same time, its steering wheel can be 2 spoke. For entertainment, it can also come with features like 8-inch infotainment screen, inbuilt navigation and wireless connectivity, 12 speakers and automatic climate control.
Will get cold-heated ventilated seats
The seats of this new car of the company are expected to be ventilated. Out of which the front two seats can also have the feature of keeping cool and warm. The driver’s seat can be set electronically in 12 different ways. While it will also have memory function.
It could be powered by a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine that would generate 190hp of max power and 320Nm of peak torque. It could be mated to a 7-speed gearbox. Although the company will reveal its official price on January 10, but it is expected that it can be in the above Rs 35 lakh bracket. Skoda had discontinued the diesel variant of the Kodiaq during the BS6 transition of the vehicles in the Indian market. Now the company is going to re-launch it with a petrol engine after about 2 years.
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