Skoda has published some pictures with the prototypes of the future Kodiaq SUV. The second generation model will soon be unveiled, but until we’ll get all the exterior details, here are some technical facts about it.
Compared to the current generation, the new Kodiaq will be longer and will offer more interior space for the third row seats. The car will measure 4758 millimeters, 61 mm longer. The trunk – of the five seat variant – will also be bigger: 910 liters, 75 more compared to the current one.
On the engine side, the new Kodiaq will get petrol, diesel and hybrid versions. The petrol entry-level will be a 1,5 liter with 150 HP. There will also be a 2,0 TSI with 204 horsepower which will be available with AWD.
The diesel ones are 2,0 liters and will offer 150 HP or 193 HP (with AWD).
The novelty in the lineup will be the plug-in hybrid: it uses the 1,5 liter petrol unit and an electric motor for a total of 204 HP. The 25,7 kWh battery pack will offer up to 100 kilometres of electric range.
We don’t have any details about the official date of the launch.