We are (perhaps badly) used to finding ourselves by most brands, Teasers and their preview models Which, more than just advance information, look like hieroglyphs.
Fortunately, others choose to take pity on our ignorance of ancient Egyptian culture and continue to opt for more direct communication, where It just asserts itself without teaching more than enough To capture the appearance of the future product.
this is the line you’re following Skoda with which, drop by drop, he lets us see the next kodiaq, They first showed us it in disguise during their final development tests in the Arctic Circle. and now, directly, it shows us what would your naked body be like,
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In fact, taking advantage of the fact that they are already assembling the first pre-series units of the Kodiaq, the Czech brand has dropped two images that show us No additions to the model other than the body, doors, hood and tailgate from the trunk.
We don’t have anything else, no headlights, bumpers or grille. But from what they’ve shown us, we can already appreciate that the new Kodiaq looks a bit flatter than its predecessor, with It would be fair to think that the concept for this large SUV has evolved towards a crossover silhouetteSharp, except for that ‘cubic’ profile of the first generation.
Apart from the pictures, Skoda has also shared a few more details about the model. for a start It will be manufactured at its Kwasini plant next to Karoq, which should start production in early 2024 Coincides with the new Superb in Bratislava. On those same dates we should already have an in-depth look at the new Czech SUV.
As elaborated by the brand, the assembly line of the new Kodiaq will be built for the Kodiaq IV as well, a plug-in hybrid version That according to this data its existence can already be confirmed. However, its specifications are still unknown.
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