Skoda took over the Sportline and Scout variants of its Kodiaq SUV, which will follow the local launch of the initial version of the SUV in the third quarter of this year.
2018 Skoda Kodiaq Outside
Body elements and special black features emphasize the dynamic orientation of the Škoda Kodiaq Sportline. The radiator grille, roof rails, side mirror housings and side window trim are all black. The rear window and the rear side windows are tinted (SunSet). The rear is enhanced by a narrow, silvery color under the bumper.
The lateral view of each of the Škoda Kodiaq models is characterized by short overhangs, an inclined roof line which is visually extended by a line in the D-pillar and the conical rear. The Škoda Kodiaq Sportline protective side pads are body-colored. It comes with 19 inch alloy wheels in a special new design as standard. Optional 20-inch wheels are also available. In addition, it carries a small badge with the designation of the model on the front wing.
2018 Skoda Kodiaq Inside
The interior of the Sportline includes leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift lever, aluminum pedals, Alcantara seats with electronic adjustment and driver memory function, and Alcantara door inserts with silver seams, side mirrors Foldable, 10-color LED lighting As a multifunction display that shows turbo pressure, oil and coolant temperatures, current engine power and G-force levels.
The standard driving mode selection also offers drivers the choice of eco, comfort, normal, snow, sport and individual modes that can be associated with the optional adaptive dynamic chassis control that allows adjustment Shock absorbers to comfort, normal or sports.
2018 Skoda Kodiaq Engine
The 2018 Skoda KodiaqScout has four engine options although Australian models would only have the two most powerful come with the rest of the Kodiaq range – 132kW / 280Nm 2.0 liter turbo gasoline (132TSI) and 140kW / 400Nm turbo diesel (140TDI)