2020 Skoda SUV Alleged Kosmic Trademark Subcompact Redesign, Specs, Engine, & Review – Right after the demise of the Yeti, Skoda’s modern venture into SUV territory started a couple of years back with the Kodiak. The Czech brand’s comparable of the Volkswagen Tiguan was then put into practice by the smaller Karol.
In the meantime, the car firm extended their range in China with the introduction of the Kodiak GT, a coupe crossover, and the Kami, a vehicle that slots under the Karoo. Skoda is evidently intrigued in launching yet another crossover, this time in Europe – and with respect to AutoCAD, who are quoting a dealership document, they already have previously protected the Kosmic nameplate.
If the info is right, then the Kosmic can become the brand’s most economical high-riding vehicle. It would share its platform with the Volkswagen T-Cross and Seat Arona, and rival the likes of the Hyundai Kona, Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur and many others. The Czech distribution speculates that Skoda will only provide the Kosmic with front-wheel drive, just like the Volkswagen T-Cross and Seat Arona, in which it is going to discuss most, if not all, of the engine lineup.
The subcompact SUV is expected to debut in 2019. Meanwhile, Skoda is getting all set for the display of the Scala on Dec 6 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The successor of the Rapid was previewed by the Vision RS Concept, and it’s underpinned by the VW Group’s A0 MQB architecture. It will likely be available with five engines, a dynamic suspension, infotainment system with two diverse screen measurements, and a pack of active and indirect safety methods.