Since its introduction in spring 2017, the Skoda KAROQ has played a significant part in the Czech automaker's success. Along with its 'big brother,' the KODIAQ, the small SUV has subsequently astonished several consumers and specialized publications worldwide and has played an important part in defining Skoda's development in recent years. The KAROQ has already rolled off the assembly line over half a million times. It was the best-selling SUV from Skoda in the previous year and the brand's second most popular vehicle after the Skoda OCTAVIA in the first half of 2021. The new Skoda KAROQ will be unveiled on November 30th as part of a digital media event.
Skoda releases the first designs for the redesigned Karoq. The Czechs made various alterations to the headlights, taillights, and front spoiler, as pictured.
Martin Jahn, Skoda AUTO Board Member for Sales and Marketing, comments: "The Skoda KAROQ has delighted our customers right from the start, with its substantial amount of room and traditional Skoda functionality. Our most popular SUV vehicle in the previous year and the first half of 2021, demonstrating its relevance in the model line. I am certain that with the new KAROQ edition, we will build on this success and get additional customers for the brand."
The Czech car manufacturer made the second stage in its SUV assault with the Skoda KAROQ in 2017, making the model series an essential element of a true success story: in 2020, this SUV category accounted for over 40% of KODA's global deliveries. Moreover, the Skoda KAROQ was even the brand's most popular SUV in 2020 and the first part of 2021, and the Czech car manufacturer's second most often supplied vehicle after the OCTAVIA. Since 2017, more than 500,000 KAROQ SUVs have rolled off the assembly line, and it is now available in 60 countries across the world. The Skoda KAROQ is manufactured in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, and China.
When it was first introduced, the Skoda KAROQ used crystalline accents, dynamic curves, and sharp lines to complement the emotive design language of the KODIAQ. With a 'K' at the start and a 'Q' at the conclusion, the model designation likewise followed KODA's standard SUV nomenclature. The name is derived from the language of the Alutiiq, Alaska's indigenous people. The KAROQ is suitable for city use because of its tiny proportions; nonetheless, the off-road mode, high ground clearance, and optional all-wheel drive allow driving off paved roads. In addition, its exceptional size and huge baggage compartment make it a great car for families and lifestyle-conscious clients. The optional VarioFlex rear seats are just one of the KAROQ's many Simply Clever features. It also provides a high degree of active and passive safety, many support systems, improved comfort, and a plethora of current networking options.
In addition to being well-liked by consumers, the Skoda KAROQ is well-liked by worldwide specialized media. Numerous prizes have attested to this since its debut in 2017. The Skoda KAROQ garnered honors from the car publications with the biggest readership in its first year of sales.
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