A more striking front with a new, wider, hexagonal radiator grille, reworked LED headlights and lots of new technologies. These are the key innovations to be found in the modernised KAROQ, which will be unveiled in a digital presentation on November 30.
The sketches give a glimpse of the design changes, especially for the headlights. The front lights are now slimmer and extend as far as the radiator grille. The new line of the daytime lights is now divided into two parts. Beneath it there is a second module for the fog lights or – in the top-of-the-range model – a separate LED module. This lights layout gives the car the characteristic “four-eyes” look.
The rear lights have kept ŠKODA’s hallmark C-shape design, but they too are more slender and accent the car’s width. Another new feature is the extended rear spoiler and redesigned bumper with a black diffusor.
The KAROQ joined the ŠKODA family in 2017 as the smaller brother of the KODIAQ, which was also recently modernised. The KAROQ soon became a hit among customers. The SUV has also been the hero of lots of adventures.
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