Skoda Motors today unveiled its all-new Skoda KUSHAQ model. it based on the MQB platform specially adapted by ŠKODA for the Indian market. The all-new KUSHAQ is the first car under the Skoda motors India 2.0 project. Both Skoda and Volkswagen group is investing approx one billion euros in their model campaign to strengthen the presence.
- Mid-size SUV is based on the MQB-A0-IN, a platform specially adapted by ŠKODA for the Indian market
- ŠKODA exclusively offers the colours Honey Orange and Tornado Red in India
- LED technology for headlights and taillights, as well as alloys measuring up to 17 inches
- The KUSHAQ unites typical ŠKODA qualities with the requirements of Indian customers
- Striking design, ample space and efficient TSI engines, developed and manufactured locally
- A free-standing, central display and several storage options set the tone in the interior
- Climatronic with touch control panel and ventilated leather front seats available
- Numerous ŠKODA-typical Simply Clever solutions and an India-specific utility recess on the dashboard
New Skoda KUSHAQ Delivery
The showroom shall start taking orders for the all-new KUSHAQ from June 2021 and the delivery of the car shall start from July month. under the India 2.0 project, a total of 04 vehicles shall be launched by Skoda and Volkswagen which shall be based on the MQB-A0-IN platform
Skoda KUSHAQ Colours
The two colours, metallic Honey Orange and Tornado Red provide the KUSHAQ with a special Indian touch. ŠKODA offers these exclusively in India. In addition, the brand-new SUV is also available in Candy White, metallic Reflex Silver and metallic Carbon Steel.
New Skoda KUSHAQ Dimensions
Size-wise the New Skoda KUSHAQ is measuring 4,221 mm in length, 1,760 mm in width and has a height of 1,612 mm. Its long wheelbase of 2,651 mm – which is among the longest in the segment –
The KUSHAQ has a ground clearance of 188 mm which makes it appear much larger. With a capacity of 385 l, has a generous boot. The entry-level trim line, Active, features 16-inch steel wheels and Lhotse full wheel covers. In the Ambition trim level, the KUSHAQ comes with Grus 16-inch alloy wheels, while 17-inch Atlas two-tone alloys provide a visual highlight as standard for the Style variant.
LED headlights and tail lights
The clear-cut headlights of the New ŠKODA KUSHAQ feature a two-part design. From the Ambition trim level upwards, this design consists of an LED module behind a clear lens in the upper part for low beam and high beam, and a thin, L-shaped LED module for the daytime running lights.
Together with the reflectors in the bumper, the rear lights featuring the ŠKODA-typical crystalline structures create a fresh look in the familiar C-shape. Tail and brake lights are fitted with efficient and instantaneously responsive LEDs.
KUSHAQ Design and Looks
Featuring a distinctive bonnet, the KUSHAQ’s ŠKODA SUV family resemblance is clear at first glance. The ribs of the wide grille are gloss black and the chrome grille surround extends to the headlights. The upper section of the muscular front bumper is body-coloured, the lower part is black.
From the Ambition trim level upwards, the underbody protection comes in a silver finish, as do the roof rails, which are black in the Active trim. A straight roofline, as well as a tornado line at the height of the door handles, make the vehicle appear longer. At the same time, the powerful wheel arches set off with black plastic trim and black side skirts bring out the KUSHAQ’s athletic look and lend it a self-assured stance on the road.
New Skoda KUSHAQ Interior:
A freestanding infotainment display measuring up to 10 inches is the central element of the new interior concept that can be found in other current models from the Czech car manufacturer. As is typical of ŠKODA, The top-of-the-range trim level, Style, comes with an impressive list of modern technologies and comfort features, such as the Climatronic with a touch control panel and ventilated leather front seats.
Even the entry-level variant of the New ŠKODA KUSHAQ features particularly powerful air conditioning, and from Ambition upwards, the SUV boasts Climatronic with a touch control panel. Even more ultra-modern features are offered in the range-topping trim, Style, which comes with ventilated leather front seats, KESSY keyless entry, an electric sliding glass roof and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror.
The non-slip base in the cup holder in the centre console, allowing the driver to easily and conveniently open a bottle placed there with just one hand. the brand-new KUSHAQ is also equipped with Simply Clever classics, such as the ticket holder on the A-pillar and the bag hooks in the boot. The Style variant also includes the Phone Box in the front, in which a smartphone can be charged inductively, and smartphone storage pockets on the front seatbacks.
Connectivity in KUSHAQ
- Colour touchscreens measuring 7 or 10 inches
- The navigation function can be downloaded from the online ŠKODA Play App Store
- Style trim level: ŠKODA sound system with subwoofer in spare-wheel well
Safety in KUSHAQ
The brand-new ŠKODA KUSHAQ boasts excellent active and passive safety features and has the option to be fitted with numerous convenient extras, such as Hill-Hold Control and a tyre pressure monitor. Occupants are protected by up to six airbags, while ISOFIX and top-tether anchor points come as standard to ensure the greatest possible safety for the vehicle’s youngest passengers.
There are numerous assistance systems, some of which are optional, to support drivers of the new ŠKODA KUSHAQ and to make journeys even more comfortable. These include, for example, Hill Hold Control and cruise control as well as light and rain sensors which automatically switch on the low beam or windscreen wipers when required. Rear parking sensors are fitted as standard; the higher trim levels also come with a rear-view camera and sensors at the front. A tyre pressure monitor to keep an eye on the air pressure is an optional extra.
New Skoda Kushaq Powertrains
The entry-level 1.0 TSI produces 85 kW (115 PS) from its displacement of one litre. Power is transmitted to the front wheels via a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The 1.5 TSI has – as its denomination suggests – a displacement of 1.5 litres. Its power output of 110 kW (150 PS) is delivered to the front wheels via a manual 6-speed gearbox, the same as with the 1.0 TSI. This engine can be configured with a 7-speed DSG with gear ratios that offer a perfect blend of sportiness and comfort.
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