The cars were covered with camouflage tarps before the underground premiere.
Lowering the cars down into the underground station was the most difficult part, but not the only challenge. The cars had to squeeze through often very narrow spaces to get to the exact positions chosen for the global premiere. When you think that the new Kodiaq is bigger than its predecessor, it’s obvious that this manoeuvring required everyone’s total attention and focus.
The same applies to the four Kodiaqs’ short but spectacular drive through the tunnel, which is when the new car’s looks were revealed for the very first time. “To make it more exciting and dramatic, the cars were driven in near darkness punctuated by a fancy flashing light show,” says Kavrentzis, explaining what made life difficult for the drivers.
The new Kodiaq driving through the Berlin underground during the global premiere.