The much talked about Skoda Kodiaq RS has entered the final stages of its testing programme, with new spy shots showing it completely undisguised. The car has previously been spotted wearing heavy camouflage at the Nurburgring.
The images show the Kodiaq RS with more dramatic styling, together with revised front and rear bumpers, and more design details around the front grille. We are yet to see the cabin, although it's expected to feature sports seats and RS logos.
This faster variant of the seven-seat SUV is in the works, and will arrive in the second half of the year - perhaps after its debut at the Paris Motor Show in September.
The only engine to be offered for the Kodiaq RS will be a 237bhp two-litre twin-turbo diesel. The car will almost certainly be offered with four-wheel drive only, along with a dual-clutch automatic transmission.