Skoda Kodiaq: the interior of this new SUV is discovered by full

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Little by little, gets to know new information about Skoda Kodiaq, the first SUV from the Czech manufacturer. After the first details of its exterior, now it is the turn of your interior, a key aspect in the model. With a simple style and with no unnecessary elements, the interior of the Skoda Kodiaq will offer a lot of space and functionality, leading to gala the slogan ‘Simply Clever‘ used by the brand.

As you can see, the interior design of the Skoda Kodiaq not use details extravagant, and if you’ve ever driven a Skoda recent -or even another vehicle from the Volkswagen Group – you’re already familiar with its arrangement of buttons or ergonomics, making control all of its functions is very easy. Yes, the digital instrumentation variable will not be present in the Kodiaq, unlike models such as the Volkswagen Tiguan 2016.

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Its solid dashboard integrates four outputs of aeration vertical: two of them flanking the touch screen of the multimedia system ‘Skoda Connect’, located in the center console, which will give you ample connectivity options. The unit of the images is the most high end of the range, and offers a high perceived quality through details such as the upholstery leather or some plastic interior soft touch.

In their 4,77 meters in length and 1.88 meters wide, the new Skoda Kodiaq will house a spacious interior and modular: available five or seven seats, the rear seats will be adjustable in length, leaving more space for the legs of their occupants or a larger trunk. In addition, the third row of seats to leave a ground plane when folded.

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The capacity of its trunk shall be 720 litres with five seats, increasing up to a maximum of 2.065 liters with all rear seats folded. Although the Skoda Kodiaq will be present at the Paris Salon 2016, we’ll know it in every detail long before: its official presentation will take place this 1 September in Berlin, at 19:00 hours, and you’ll see it live right here.