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2018 Skoda Karoq

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Czech SUV is ready to take a bite out of the competition

The Skoda Karoq isn’t as popular as models like the Honda CR-V and the Hyundai Tucson, but that could all change once people get to know this SUV and what it has to offer. Unlike some of its rivals, the Karoq can’t rely on its legacy because it doesn’t have one. What Skoda has done, though, is give the Karoq a good platform from which to stand on. It’s a well-packaged SUV that surprisingly has a lot to offer to customers in this segment. Most of all, the Karoq is proof that, even if Skoda isn’t as much of a household name as others, it has the ability to reach that level, thanks in large part to its new SUV.

 

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Skoda's Offering In The Subcompact SUV Segment To Be Launched Within 12 Months

Skoda’s Offering In The Subcompact SUV Segment To Be Launched Within 12 Months

Like other products, this is expected to be a top-notch baby SUV too

It looks like Skoda has finally realized the benefits of having a subcompact SUV on the market. With people opting for small SUVs more and more these days, the Czech automaker has decided to snatch its share of the pie with a product that will be on sale by next year. This rumored small SUV will be placed below the Kodiaq and the Karoq in Skoda’s lineup.

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2019 Skoda Karoq Sportline

2019 Skoda Karoq Sportline

Sporty with unique touches and a new powerful engine

Only days after Skoda introduced the exceptional pseudo-off-road Karoq Scout, the Czech company is gifting us with an all-new version - the Karoq Sportline. It is a sporty interpretation of the compact SUV destined to make its way all over European cities with the character of a happy, raspy crossover, presented here in dashing red. The Karoq Sportline ditched many off-road centric features and embraced gear usually associated with sportier cars from Skoda.

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Skoda Karoq Scout Revealed As An Off-road Eager Crossover

Skoda Karoq Scout Revealed As An Off-road Eager Crossover

With Standard AWD And Protective Body Claddings

Prepared for the unveiling at the Paris Motor Show early in October, the new Skoda Karoq Scout brings a bit more rugged character fused with the known Scout additions adapted for the latest small Skoda crossover. The Scout within the Skoda lineup is something like the Allroad with the Audi line of cars or Volvo’s Cross Country. The Scout line of additions has been a backbone for Skoda cars for some time now. Even the latest Kodiaq SUV got it. The Karoq, which proved to be one of the most popular new Skoda cars, received much the same additions as the Kodiaq sporting a clearly off-road-centered nature.

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2018 Skoda Karoq

2018 Skoda Karoq

Czech SUV is ready to take a bite out of the competition

The Skoda Karoq isn’t as popular as models like the Honda CR-V and the Hyundai Tucson, but that could all change once people get to know this SUV and what it has to offer. Unlike some of its rivals, the Karoq can’t rely on its legacy because it doesn’t have one. What Skoda has done, though, is give the Karoq a good platform from which to stand on. It’s a well-packaged SUV that surprisingly has a lot to offer to customers in this segment. Most of all, the Karoq is proof that, even if Skoda isn’t as much of a household name as others, it has the ability to reach that level, thanks in large part to its new SUV.

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Production of the Skoda Karoq is Moving to Germany Due to Overwhelming Demand

Production of the Skoda Karoq is Moving to Germany Due to Overwhelming Demand

We all know the best things are made in Germany... except for video games, of course.

The release of the Skoda Karoq has become the equivalent of the Czech brand striking oil, which has never been more evident than now as the brand has to move production of the Karoq yet again, this time to Germany where it will be built beside the Volkswagen Tiguan, the Porsche Cayman, and the upcoming Volkswagen T-Roc Convertible. This is the second move for Karoq as production originally started at the company’s Kvasiny plant, but it couldn’t keep up with demand, so Skoda moved production to its main plant in Mlada Boleslav. Even that plant couldn’t keep up, so it’s time for the Volkswagen Group to pick up the slack over in Germany. That’s right; the Karoq will soon fly a made-in-German flag. Any bets that Skoda didn’t think the Karoq would be that big of a hit?

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God Bless Skoda's Interns as They Try to Design a Karoq Convertible Concept

God Bless Skoda’s Interns as They Try to Design a Karoq Convertible Concept

Concept design exercise is part of Skoda’s internship program

Skoda is once again tapping its interns to design a concept vehicle. Following in the footsteps of the Citigo Roadster, Fabia pickup, and last year’s electric Citigo buggy, the interns are now tasked to create a design study for a convertible version of the Skoda Karoq crossover. The design team is made up of 20 students, all of whom are either 17 or 18 years old. The goal is to have a concept ready by June, presumably in time for GTI Treffen at Lake Wörthersee in Austria.

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2018 Skoda Vision X

2018 Skoda Vision X

Skoda’s coming of age before our eyes

Skoda is in attendance at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The Czech automaker typically sits in the shadows in an event this big, but the company’s now looking for a bigger piece of the spotlight, and it might have the car to get the job done. It’s called the Skoda Vision X, and it has sharp styling, a plush interior, and is loaded to the brim with state-of-the-art technology.

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