More than 3 months after its official presentationits second generation Skoda Kodiaq goes into production at the automotive plant in Yeastwhere its predecessor was also manufactured.
According to Czechsthe production unit was significantly upgraded, with investment costs reaching 49 million euros. The production line and welding workshop were the areas of the factory that were most modernized, making it now possible to manufacture 410 units of the model daily.
This is due to the fact that Skoda he transferred his production Superb from the factory to Yeast in its production unit Volkswagen in Bratislava, increasing its capacity. In this way, he will be able to produce extra 150,000 units of Karoq and his Kodiaq annually.
As for the model, the changes compared to the first generation are obvious and equally important. With a sportier silhouette, thanks to new “Modern Solid” design philosophybut also clearly improved aerodynamics, the D-SUV her Skoda it is radically renewed.
THE Skoda offers a fairly wide range of engines, including one PHEV version for the first time in the “history” of the model. The unit consists of one 1.5 L TSI enginewhich yields 150 PSand an electric motor, with the total power amounting to 204 PS.
Besides, they are offered two thermal sets, gasoline and dieselwhich are accompanied by a 7-speed DSG gearbox. It’s about two TDI engines with a capacity of 2.0 L;which yield 150 PS and 193 PS, respectively. An engine is also available TSI with a capacity of 1.5 Lwhich yields 150 PS and enters her MHEV technology in its range of engines Kodiaq.
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