Although there is little time left for the introduction of the compact model, new tips continue to come from the Czech manufacturer.
The company, which previously shared camouflage photos, shared the drawing images of Kushaq this time.
Skoda, which plans to make a new start in the Indian market with the India 2.0 project, will unveil its first step in this scope, the Kushaq crossover model next month. For now, the company continues its teaser campaign on Skoda Kushaq.
The Czech manufacturer has now shared drawing images showing the Skoda Kushaq’s body design. When we look at the design of the compact crossover, we see that the typical Skoda grille in the front is surrounded by thin two-piece lighting. There are large air ducts on the edges of the bumper and a silver-colored skid plate at the bottom.
The ŠKODA Kushaq roof with silver-colored rails slopes from the B-pillar. The prominent shoulder line extends straight to the stops, while the wide fenders and large wheels make the compact model look more molded than it actually is. However, it is worth noting that these details are shown in the drawings more aggressively than they actually are. At the rear, a spoiler, L-shaped stops and reflectors and a silver-colored skid plate draw attention.
Kushaq will build on the MQB-A0-IN platform, which the Czech manufacturer has overhauled for the Indian market. The axle distance of the car was announced as 2651 mm, so it is the same as the Kamiq, which is also sold in our country. Skoda says the car will offer a very large luggage space. Under the hood will be 1.0 and 1.5 liter TSI petrol units. The units in question can be combined with a manual or automatic transmission, depending on the equipment level.