Skoda Kodiaq, the large 7-seater SUV, would have its world premiere on September 1, 2016 in Berlin. A few weeks later, it will have its first public appearance at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. First photos of the new ŠKODA KODIAQ published by the Mladá Boleslav car manufacturer present the new SUV covered in white, grey and black camouflage. The Czech Republican automaker is supporting the Tour de France for thirteenth consecutive time as official partner.
Skoda Kodiaq is ready for a guest appearance at this year‘s Tour de France grand finale. is currently in intense preparations for its appearance in the last stage of the Tour de France from Chantilly to Paris. Sporting a new image, the car is going to lead the pack along the legendary Champs-Elysées boulevard to the finish. And it will be carrying a truly prominent driver behind the steering wheel: the Irish former professional road racing cyclist Stephen Roche, winner of the Tour from 1987 and Skoda brand ambassador. The red, grey and black edges of the new camouflage style inspired by ŠKODA‘s new design language and introduced together with three-dimensional elements had been designed and manufactured exclusively for the special appearance.
With 4.7 metres in length, the all-round SUV offers the largest boot space in its class and a customizable third row of seats. Extensive connectivity options, modern driver assist systems and future oriented infotainment are among the many highlights of the new Skoda Kodiaq, which will go on sale in early 2017. The name Kodiaq originates from the species of Kodiak bears living on the eponymous island on the south coast of Alaska. Size, strength, sense of family and outdoor skills are character qualities shared by both the bears and the SUV by Skoda. Just so you know, the brand is once again the sponsor of the Green Jersey worn by the leader of the point classification. At the same time, ŠKODA is the official vehicle partner of the race, providing a total of 250 cars as organizational and support vehicles as well as more than 50 team cars this year.