2024 Skoda Kodiaq’s Sporty Design Unveiled in Drawing Images

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Skoda is doing its best to make sure the new Kodiaq doesn’t slip under your radar. The Czech brand has now shared the drawing images of the model, which we expect to be officially introduced in the coming days. The drawings shared by Skoda focus on the exterior design of the new Kodiaq. If the drawings are not misleading, we can say that the 2024 Skoda Kodiaq will have a sportier appearance compared to its predecessor. When we look at the front section, we see that the brand does not intend to give up the split headlight design. However, in this area, a T-shaped light signature connecting the two sections immediately attracts attention.

There is a new center air intake and vertical air intakes with honeycomb-shaped motifs on the bumper in the area where the imposing SUV image continues to be presented with the muscular engine hood and tiger-nose grille. When viewed from the side, the rising shoulder line, new multi-spoke wheel designs and the details on the D pillar – matte chrome as seen from the drawing – attract attention.

Although it is not clear from the visuals that the model, which will come with new taillights forming a C shape at the rear, we can say that it will be 6 cm longer than its predecessor in light of the previous statements. The 2024 Skoda Kodiaq, whose wheelbase has increased to 2791 mm, will offer 910 liters of luggage volume, an increase of 75 liters in the five-seat version. You can also examine the interior of the large SUV, which we have clearly seen in previous posts, in our news link.

The Engine Options Of The New Kodiaq Will Be As Follows:

1.5 TSI mild hybrid – 7 gear DSG – front wheel drive – 148 hp

2.0 TSI – 7-speed DSG – four-wheel drive – 201 hp

2.0 TDI – 7 speed DSG – front wheel drive – 148 hp

2.0 TDI – 7-speed DSG – four-wheel drive – 190 hp

1.5 TSI iV (plug-in hybrid) – 6-speed DSG – front-wheel drive – 201 hp

The rechargeable hybrid version of Kodiaq will offer a pure electric driving range of up to 100 km according to WLTP. We will continue to convey the developments on the subject to you, our valued readers.

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