Skoda Releases New-Gen Kodiaq Concept Art Ahead Of Global Launch Next Week; View Interiors And Engine Specifications Here

Prior to its debut the following week on October 4,2023, the Czech carmaker Skoda Auto has made design drawings of the future Skoda Kodiaq SUV available. These illustrations show the proportions and external styling of the SUV. The next-generation Kodiaq’s interior features and engine specifications were previously disclosed by Skoda.

Design of the new Skoda Kodiaq
The design of the impending 2024 Skoda Kodiaq differs significantly from that of its predecessor. Sharper edges and a higher stance give it a boxier look that is improved. The SUV’s front end has a more sculpted bonnet, a grille with vertical slats and a blacked-out finish, split LED matrix headlights, and vertically positioned fog lamps. New alloy wheels with a size range of 17 to 20 inches are available for the Skoda Kodiaq in 2024. The Kodiaq’s rear has broader C-shaped LED taillamps joined by an eye-catching red bar.

Skoda Kodiaq New Generation Dimensions
The VW Group’s MQB modular architecture, which supports both 5- and 7-seat configurations, serves as the foundation for the new Kodiaq. Height, breadth, and wheelbase are identical from its predecessor but its length has increased to 4,758mm.

Skoda Kodiaq New Generation Interiors
According to previously released inside photos, the new-generation Kodiaq will come equipped with a head-up display, a 10-inch digital instrument cluster, and a 13-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The manufacturer’s decision to relocate the automatic gear selector from the center console to the space behind the steering wheel frees up more space in the console. A 10.25-inch digital driver’s display, wireless phone charging, ambient lighting, a customized audio system, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto technologies will all be accessible features. Skoda’s Simply Clever Features and Smart Dials will both be returning in the 2019 Kodiaq.

Skoda Kodiaq’s new-generation powertrain
The 2.0-liter TSI 4WD turbo petrol engine and the 1.5-liter TSI mild-hybrid turbo petrol engine, both producing 204 horsepower, will be shared by the new-generation Kodiaq in international markets. There are also two tuning choices for a 2.0-liter TDI diesel engine that can produce 150 or 193 horsepower. It is anticipated that these engines will be mated to a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission.

Additionally, Skoda intends to release a plug-in hybrid model in a few areas. With a 1.5-liter TSI engine and a 25.7kWh battery, this setup will provide an electric-only range of more than 100 kilometers. It’s anticipated that the plug-in hybrid system will have a 6-speed DCT automatic transmission.


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