With just a few hours left until its official presentation in Berlin, set to be broadcasted via live streaming, the all-new Skoda Kodiaq shows its exterior design in a bunch of leaked images.
Unsurprisingly, the Czech SUV resembles the VisionS study, presented in Geneva earlier this year, sprinkled with a few extra touches in tone with the brand’s latest models.
Characterized by a tall front end, pronounced wheel arches and a generous ground clearance, it is 4.7 meters (185 in) long and, in its base trim, will come with a five-seat layout. However, customers will get the chance to check the third seat row on the options list.
New photos of the interior reveal a clean design for the dashboard, a three-spoke steering wheel, a large touchscreen display, a familiar-looking instrument cluster and a wireless phone charger, which makes the Kodiaq the first Skoda model to offer this technology.
Underpinned by the MQB architecture, the Kodiaq will be powered by the VW Group’s TSI petrol and TDI diesel engines, with the output channeled to either the front wheels or to all four of them through a six-speed manual or an (optional) DSG gearbox. We’ll get the full details once the new Skoda Kodiaq debuts later today.
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