Škoda previews compact SUV for China with design sketches

Production Cars 23 Apr 2018
Škoda previews compact SUV for China with design sketches

Ahead of the debut at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show, Škoda has released the design sketches that preview a new SUV model specifically designed for the Chinese market.


Following the recent launch of the Kodiaq and Karoq SUVs, the new model adopts the current design DNA of the brand, with sculpted, sharply defined surfaces and “crystalline” details.

Skoda City SUV for China Design Sketch Render

At the front, the radiator grille and headlights form one single unit, while the lower side panels flow towards the rear, giving additional emphasis to the wheel arches.

Skoda City SUV for China Design Sketch Render

A the rear, the tail lights and the body surfaces create a crystalline shape.

Skoda City SUV for China Interior Design Sketch Render

China is Škoda’s strongest single market in the world, with approximately 25% of models sold there.

(Source: Škoda)

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