DISCOVER THE DNA OF THE ŠKODA SUV FAMILY
FEATURES SHARED BY ALL SKODA SUVS
Modern and timeless crystalline design is typical of all current SKODA vehicles, but you may be wondering whether there are any items specific exclusively to the brand’s SUV family. The answer is: yes, there are!
SUVs (sports and utility vehicles) are products designed for family, business and spare time use, and extending the SUV portfolio is one of the key focus areas within SKODA’s current expansion. Vehicles in this segment feature advanced technologies and sophisticated accessories while offering ample roominess, practicality and excellent functionality.
AND WHAT ARE THE FEATURES SHARED BY ALL SKODA SUVS?
SKODA SUV’s Logo & Bonnet
Compared to the other models, the SKODA logo dominating the “sculptured” bonnet is bigger.
SKODA SUV’s Front
The expression of the 3D front is underlined by four vertically positioned lights, another typical feature of SKODA’s SUV family. In the new SUVs the fog lamps have been moved closer under the headlamps – as an optional extra, the fog lamps are available as a LED/Corner configuration. Located higher than in the other model lines, the fog lamps are well protected also in off-road conditions.
SKODA SUV’s Wheel Arches
The sharp tail underscores the vehicle’s dynamic expression.Square-shaped wheel arches are another typical feature of SKODA’s SUV family, and the impression of power is underlined by big wheels.
SKODA SUV’s Grille
Compared to single ribs used in the other models, the radiator grille is made up of vertical dual ribs, is framed with a chrome-plated strip and its shape is trapezoidal, like in all SKODAs. The dual ribs have been used to underscore the SUVs’ power.
SKODA SUV’s Interior
Compared to their predecessors, the new SUVs boast robust shapes and high side lines, and their glazed part is positioned fairly low. Overall, the new vehicles look more dominant and robust on the road.
As usual, the brand placed special focus on ample interior roominess.
SKODA SUV’s Air Vents
Vertically oriented air vents are typical element of interior of the new SKODA’s SUV family. While in the other SKODA models these air vents are arranged horizontally above the infotainment screen.
SKODA SUV’s Taillight
Like on all newly launched models, the headlamps and taillights are linked with a shoulder line on the side of the body. The fenders can be fitted with plastic protectors, a typical SUV feature.