The first 7-seater model from the company designed with a unique feature, power nap that comes with bolstering and blanket. (Image source: Skoda.com) Photograph: (Others)
Bookings are open, the first deliveries are expected in the first week of November
The Czech car maker Skoda has launched its Kodiaq SUV in India.
Because the Kodiaq is the company's first seven-seater in India, Skoda is offering only one fully-loaded variant in India.
Bookings are now open, and the first deliveries are expected in the first week of November.
Skoda says the Kodiaq comes with a number of "simply clever" features, which include:
Umbrella pockets in the front doors.
A removable LED lamp in the luggage compartment. The lamp is fitted with a magnet, so it can be used for illumination as well as to replace a tyre.
Touch-free tailgate opening -- the rear door opens with a "virtual pedal".
The Kodiaq also comes with a "sleep package" -- which means a set of blankets, and what the company says are "special headrests" to provide maximum comfort.
Skoda is offering only one fully-loaded variant of the Kodiaq. (Image source: Skoda.com) (Others)
The Kodiaq is Skoda's first seven-seater in India. (Image source: Skoda.com) (Others)
The Kodiaq comes with a sunroof and what the company calls a host of 'simply clever' features. (Image source: Skoda.com) (Others)
The SUV will come in four colours -- Lava Blue, Quartz Grey, Magic Black, and Moon White.
The Kodiaq, which is priced at Rs 34.50 lakh, will compete with the Toyota Fortuner, the Ford Endeavour, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, and the Volkswagen Tiguan.
And it will cost Rs 34.50 lakh (ex-showroom).