The luxury car manufacturer Skoda is about to introduce the CNG variant of the Skoda Kushaq in the Indian market. This vehicle has recently been spotted during testing.
This car can be launched in the country in early 2023. The SUV will get a 10.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Also cosmetic updates can also be done in it.
Skoda Kushaq CNG design?
In terms of design, the Skoda Kushaq CNG gets a muscular bonnet, chrome-surrounded butterfly grille, wide air dam, dual-pod halogen headlights, black plastic skid plate and fog lights.
The sides get roof rails, blacked-out pillars, indicator-mounted ORVMs, black cladding on the doors and wheel arches and 16-inch steel wheels.
The rear of the SUV gets wrap-around LED taillights and a shark-fin antenna, giving it a powerful look.
Got this information about the powertrain
Talking about the powertrain, this CNG car has a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder TSI petrol engine capable of generating 114bhp power and 178Nm peak torque. The company is going to launch this engine with a CNG kit.
For transmission, the engine is paired with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
Keeping in mind the safety of the passengers, it has been given safety features like multiple airbags, parking cameras and EBD.
These features will be available in Skoda Kushaq CNG.
The CNG variant of the Skoda Kushaq is expected to feature a spacious and comfortable 5-seater cabin with an all-black dashboard and fabric upholstery, a semi-digital instrument cluster and a multifunctional steering wheel.
For the passengers’ entertainment, a touchscreen infotainment system can be given that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
A dual-tone paint theme can also be given on the seats, dashboard, centre console and instrument cluster graphics.
What will be the price of Skoda Kushaq CNG?
The Active Peace variant of the Skoda Kushaq starts at Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom). It is the most affordable SUV in its line-up. At the same time, the price of its CNG variant can be more than this.
Skoda has unveiled its new electric car, Enac RS iV. Recently it was spotted testing without a sticker in the Indian market.
According to the information, this electric car has been built on the MEB modular platform. It will be launched early next year.
A powerful battery pack has been used, and it can run up to 500 kilometres on a single charge.