› Elevated bonnet, restyled ŠKODA grille and aluminium-effect apron trims
› Narrow headlights as part of the new look, full LED Matrix technology optional
› Improved aerodynamics and new alloy wheels measuring up to 20 inches
Mladá Boleslav, 13 April 2021 – ŠKODA has made specific modifications to the KODIAQ’s appearance, lending the successful SUV an even more rugged look, while also optimising its aerodynamics. The elevated and striking bonnet and the newly designed, more upright ŠKODA grille reinforce the car’s visual presence. The Active, Ambition and Style trim levels now sport aluminium-effect trims on the front and rear apron, enhancing the SUV’s off-road look. The LED headlights, with optional full LED Matrix technology, are significantly slimmer and, together with the rearranged fog lights, create a distinctive visual feature even in the dark. ŠKODA has also added new alloy wheels measuring up to 20 inches to the range of options for the KODIAQ. The revised ŠKODA KODIAQ will be on the market from July 2021.
“With the launch of the KODIAQ four years ago, we took a major step forward towards our current design language. Owing to a few subtle changes, our SUV now presents as even more emotive. The new front is crisper, and the design of the four newly arranged headlights lends the KODIAQ a unique character. The new, aluminium-effect details at the front and rear provide the car with great off-road styling. At the same time, we’ve managed to make the rear even more dynamic with a new roof spoiler and sharper tail lights.”
Oliver Stefani, Head of ŠKODA Design
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Following its upgrade, the revised ŠKODA KODIAQ will be available from July 2021. The front section looks even more striking and the large bonnet has been raised significantly at the sides, above the front wheel arches. The hexagonal ŠKODA grille with bold double ribs is more upright, and flanked by noticeably slimmer LED headlights which are a standard feature for the revised KODIAQ. Together with the fog lights below or, in the range-topping version, as a separate LED module, they form a distinct four-light cluster. This distinctive feature stands out even more in the dark when, in the variant with full LED Matrix technology, the two LED modules, one above the other, are lit up permanently in driving mode.