Skoda is set to add another more exclusive Kodiaq SUV to it’s range, the newest one to be added to the range is the L&K edition. Which Skoda say they are going to unveil at the Geneva Motor show, that starts in a few weeks. And this is no skin-job either, the new seven-seat Kodiaq gets an extensive equipment list and new engine options as well.
The L&K edition, which has been named after Skoda Auto’s founder (Laurin and Klement) will get a chrome finished grille, LED headlamps, 19-inch alloy wheels and a few tweaks to the rear bumper.
Additionally, the interiors also get custom leather upholstery, piano black trim and a Canton Sound system. Power Adjustable seats,auto-dimming rear-view mirror and ambient lighting will also be available as standard on the L&K edition.
Traditionally, Skoda don’t take cars with their founding fathers names lightly. This explains the additional engine options a 150hp, 1.5-litre turbo-petrol motor, an extensively updated 190hp, 2.0-litre petrol engine which now makes 10 hp more and a 2.0-litre diesel engine which will available in 150hp and 190hp states of tune. There is also a 4x4 trim on offer which will get dynamic chassis control, allowing the SUV some semblance of active body dynamics.
The Skoda Kodiaq L&K edition will make its official global debut at the Geneva Motor Show, along with the new Fabia and the Vision X Concept. Although there is no word on whether the L&K Kodiaq will come to India. Skoda have brought the L&K edition Superb to India in the past. Although all these exclusive features don’t come cheap expect the L&K edition to sit over the range topping Rs 49 lakh trim Kodiaq.