Dynamic and spacious
While the KUSHAQ SUV attracts customers with its more rugged looks, the SLAVIA offers more slender sporty lines. The 4,541-millimetre-long sedan sits on a 2,651-millimetre wheelbase chassis and the car’s height is 1,487 millimetres. These dimensions give the car balanced proportions, and the SLAVIA resembles a coupé when viewed from the side. But it remains extremely spacious: the luggage compartment can hold up to 521 litres of cargo.
The luggage compartment can hold up to 521 litres of cargo.
The design features typical ŠKODA crystalline elements, which is why the SLAVIA boasts LED headlights, for example. “The new SLAVIA is a true ŠKODA, characterised by our emotive design language. Alongside the powerful and striking KUSHAQ, our brand-new saloon brings traditional elegance to India’s A0 segment. Its crystalline elements are inspired by the brand’s Czech heritage while distinctive visual highlights, such as the chrome applications on the door handles, add a unique touch to its appearance,” says ŠKODA AUTO Chief Designer Oliver Stefani.
The LED technology is used as standard in the daytime running lights, with the LED modules at the rear forming part of the headlights housed in the bodywork as standard. In the top-end specification, a hexagonal LED module produces the low beam and high beam, while the daytime running lights are provided by a striking, sharply defined L-shaped LED strip and LED elements in the part of the taillights also located in the boot lid. It is in these versions that the crystalline design of the SLAVIA stands out the most. At the front, its main elements are the hexagonal radiator grille and the headlights with their flat design, while the rear light elements form the typical C-shaped signature.