› ŠKODA CITIGOᵉ iV with body-coloured ŠKODA grille and new front bumper
› Honeycomb-structured front apron and E-noise sound generator for the ŠKODA SUPERB iV
› ŠKODA SUPERB iV available in the Ambition and Style trims as well as SPORTLINE and L&K variants
› Distinct iV badge identifies all of the new ŠKODA label’s models
Mladá Boleslav, 25 November 2019 – The first ŠKODA iV models set themselves apart from the vehicles with a combustion engine: the CITIGOᵉ iV has been given bold visual features including a body-coloured ŠKODA grille and a new front bumper. The SUPERB iV has been provided with subtle distinguishing details such as a flap covering the charging socket that has been invisibly incorporated into the grille. All of the new label’s vehicles bear a special iV badge on their tailgate.
The electric ŠKODA CITIGOᵉ iV is based on the combustion-engine CITIGO. However, even at first glance, it looks noticeably different: The brand-typical ŠKODA grille and the air ducts of the CITIGOᵉ iV, available exclusively as a five-door, are body-coloured. The newly designed front bumper has been aerodynamically optimised to reduce energy consumption. The black or body-coloured wing mirror housings come with integrated indicators. Fog lights as well as LED daytime running lights are standard for both of the trim levels that are available for the CITIGOᵉ iV (Ambition and Style). Cornering lights are an optional extra.