Skoda unveils three first images of its future restyled Kodiaq. The presentation of the redesigned SUV is scheduled for April 13.
Revealed in 2016 at the Paris Motor Show and since sold more than 600,000 units in 60 international markets, the Kodiaq will soon pass on the pool table to receive a mid-career restyling. Skoda unveils today the first images of the imposing SUV reviewed and corrected.
For the moment, these are only sketches but they show a revamped Kodiaq, especially at its front part.
A more dynamic Kodiaq
The model displays a slightly more modern and dynamic look thanks to a new grille, redesigned bumper and refined headlamps. Below these are also housed new fog lights, giving the vehicle a new two-story look.
At this stage, the rear is more mysterious but we note, however, that the design of the LED lights has also been redesigned.
What about the interior and the engines?
RAS on the other hand interior side. Skoda still keeps the interior of the vehicle a secret. The Czech manufacturer does not reveal anything either about the offer of engines but the restyled Kodiaq should embark a new plug-in hybrid engine. Under its hood could come a 156 hp 1.4L TSI 4-cylinder petrol engine and a 115 hp electric unit for a combined power of 218 hp and 400 Nm of torque (DSG6 and all-wheel drive). All with a 13 kWh battery for an all-electric range of around 55 km (WLTP cycle). To confirm…
The restyled Skoda Kodiaq must be revealed next April 13.