Skoda Auto has released the official design sketches of their upcoming mid-size SUV, the Kushaq. The all-new Skoda Kushaq is scheduled to be globally unveiled on the 18 March. Ahead of its world premiere, the official design sketches give us a first glimpse of what the final production-spec SUV could look like.
Coming to the design, the sketches showcase the front and rear parts of the SUV, while the interiors are yet to be revealed. The design sketches of the exterior reveal the Kushaq carrying forward the brand’s signature front grille, flanked on either side by split headlamps with LED units. The front bumper also houses a large intake with skid plates below, all of which give it a muscular look to the SUV. This is further enhanced by the flat-bonnet with sharp lines, adding to the aggressive design that the SUV carries all around.
The side and rear profile of the Kushaq also carry forward the same aggressive character with flared wheel arches and a sharp shoulder line extending up to the LED wrap-around taillights. The SUV also features roof rails and a roof-mounted spoiler at the back with a LED stop lamp. The boot lid comes with the bold ‘SKODA’ lettering, while the rear bumper features skid plates, adding a rugged character to an otherwise sporty and sharp-looking SUV.
Skoda is yet to unveil the interiors of the upcoming Kushaq SUV, although we do expect it to come packed with a host of features, equipment and technology. This could include a digital instrument cluster, large touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and ‘MySkoda’ connect tech, ambient lighting, wireless charging and many more.
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