Skoda has designed the Kodiaq to impress with its wide three-dimensional radiator, sleek full-LED headlamps and sharp sculpted design cues. Even the rear tail lamps light up in the typical Skoda C-shape. On the inside, it will offer seven seats and promises various options of adjustment to get a wide range of seating arrangements. In the process, the car maker has also unleashed enough boot capacity for it to swallow between 720 litres and 2065 litres of luggage space (rear seats folded).
Skoda’s Kodiaq will come with features like ‘Area View’ that uses cameras at all ends to display the car’s environment on the screen. There’s even a feature called ‘Manoeuvre Assist’ that will make the car brake if an obstacle is spotted behind the vehicle while reversing. With the advent of Kodiaq, Skoda is expected to offer a generous amount of space, functionality and state-of-the art assistance systems to attract buyers. Skoda India is likely to launch the Kodiaq for our market in 2017.