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febbraio 18, 2021 - Skoda

ŠKODA KUSHAQ: Design sketches offer a preview of the new SUV for the Indian market

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› ŠKODA incorporates the striking #design of the VISION IN concept study into the series production version of the midsize #suv

› The ŠKODA #kushaq marks the start of the #india 2.0 product campaign

› The official launch of the new #kushaq is set for 18 March 2021 

Mladá Boleslav/Pune, 18 February 2021 – ŠKODA has released two #design sketches to give a detailed preview of the new #kushaq. The #design of the midsize #suv for the Indian market draws inspiration from the bold look of the ŠKODA VISION IN concept car. ŠKODA #auto has adapted the MQB-A0-IN version of the Volkswagen Group's Modular Transverse Toolkit specifically for #india. As part of the #india 2.0 product campaign, it is the first of four models from the ŠKODA and Volkswagen brands to be manufactured locally in #india. The world #premiere of the ŠKODA #kushaq will take place on 18 March 2021.

The first #design sketch shows the powerful front of the new ŠKODA #kushaq, whose name is derived from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit. The word ‘Kushak’ means king or emperor. The sharply cut, two-part front headlights, which extend to the wide ŠKODA grille, create a prominent appearance. The impressive front bumper with underride protection emphasises the athletic look of the #suv

The second sketch shows the rear of the new ŠKODA #kushaq, which has a clear structure and is framed by an elongated roof spoiler and a rugged rear diffuser in the bumper. The taillights of the midsize #suv feature the brand’s trademark crystalline structures, and the ŠKODA lettering appears in block capitals on the tailgate. 

In terms of technology, the ŠKODA #kushaq and the other upcoming volume models are based on the locally developed and produced MQB-A0-IN platform. This already complies with the new, stricter safety and emission requirements in #india. With a planned 95 per cent localisation level for the new vehicles, the technical development is being carried out at ŠKODA AUTO’s Technology