Auto announced the start of production for the new Kodiaq at its manufacturing
facility in Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
First introduced to India and the world in
2017, the Kodiaq’s sales success has fuelled newer features, newer looks,
powerful yet efficient engines and the same levels of customer satisfaction for
what remains the Czech carmaker’s first-ever global SUV.
to the ideology of ‘Power should be beautiful’, the Kodiaq has a plethora of
design and aerodynamic improvements on the outside and in the cabin. Built on
the internationally acclaimed MQB platform, the Kodiaq SUV further builds on
its strengths of safety, driving dynamics, comfort and technology.
Boparai, Managing Director Skoda Auto Volkswagen India Private Limited, said,
“The New Kodiaq is part of the overall SUV offensive of the Group in India.
With the start of production at our world-class facility in Aurangabad, we add
yet another product that provides the Indian customer with the best of
technology, safety and comfort. The new Kodiaq will appeal to the ever-growing
tribe of Indian customers looking for a large, luxurious SUV, suited for city
and weekend drives. We are confident that the new Kodiaq will set benchmarks in
the premium luxury segment and carry forward the momentum of our growth
strategy in India”.
to the announcement Zac Hollis, Brand Director, Skoda Auto India, said that
“The New Kodiaq is the second SUV to be introduced in India this year by Skoda.
We believe that the offerings of the new Kodiaq, will lead connoisseurs of
design and aesthetics to appreciate the SUV even more. Over the years, the
resounding success of the Kodiaq has only fuelled augmentations in line with
our ethos that power should be beautiful. The Kodiaq further drives home our
vision to provide our customers in India a complete product portfolio”.
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