Skoda Kodiaq vRS goes on sale | New Release - Car News Jan 2019


14:09 Friday 04 Jan 2019

Skoda have begun taking orders for their most powerful ever model, the 237bhp Kodiaq vRS.

Priced from £42,879 on-the-road, the Kodiaq vRS is capable of 0-62mph in seven seconds flat courtesy  of its powerful 2.0 TDI BiTurbo diesel engine.

The flagship of the Skoda range, the Kodiaq vRS was unveiled at last year’s Paris Motor Show. It comes as standard with four-wheel-drive and seven-speed DSG gearbox, and to compliment its potent performance is a striking design package that includes 20-inch Xtreme alloy wheels, gloss black finished grille and mirrors, dual exhaust pipes, vRS sports bumpers and red brake calipers.

Inside the seven-seat SUV are Alcantara-trimmed sports seats witht vRS stitching and logo, black roof lining, vRS stitching on the door panels, and an all-new fully-digital Virtual Cockpit display with a special Sport view that places the speedometer in the centre of the display.

All Kodiaq vRS models are equipped with Dynamic Chassis Control, progressive steering, Dynamic sound booster, and front parking sensors.

Available to order now at Skoda retailers, first deliveries of the Kodiaq vRS are expected to commence in the Spring.


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