Skoda’s upcoming SUV Kodiaq is spied testing in production guise for the first time. Carscoops has posted photos of the SUV being tested with too less camouflages covering. It is based on Skoda’s VisionS concept which was unveiled last year and Skoda announced that the production version of the concept will be called as ‘Kodiaq’ which is named after a species of Alaskan bear ‘Kodiak’.
The SUV is based on the Volkswagen Group’s modular MQB platform and will have three row of seats, with the last two seats popping up from the boot floor. Engine options for the Europe are: 1.4-liter TSI & 1.8-liter TSI for petrol and 1.6-liter TDI & 2.0-liter TDI for diesel.
The Kodiaq will take on the rivals like Renault Koleos & Hyundai SantaFe. Skoda will most probably unveil the SUV at the Paris Motor Show this year.
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