Škoda donated now his big SUV Kodiaq a sporty RS Version. The 4.70 Meter-long Kodiaq gets the most powerful series diesel in the history of the Czech car manufacturer. As a RS, he comes from the end of January as either Five – or seven-seater with the VW Tiguan well-known two-litre four-cylinder twin-turbo TDI with 240 HP and a big 500 Newton metres of torque. As when such a motorized group brother are also driven during the Kodiaq RS as standard, all four wheels, the power is transmitted via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
A reflector on the rear, special RS-dual exhaust tips, and enlarged, red brakes painted references to its sporty Potential. The spacious interior and abundant Luggage volume of up to 1960 liters remain in the RS variant will get, which may take up to 2.5 tonne on the hook. 49 990 Euro Škoda is calling for its first SUV with the RS Logo (stands for Rally Sport). The standard equipment can be seen, it includes 20-inch alloy wheels and Full-LED headlights, the progressive steering and the specially designed to the RS-customized, Adaptive suspension DCC, with six driving modes.
The virtual, configurable Cockpit is always on Board, it offers in RS a fifth display mode, the speedometer and tachometer in the center and closer. Add to this three-zone air conditioning, heated steering Wheel, new sports seats in Alcantara-leather combination with integrated head restraints, and a whole Armada of driving AIDS. A so-called Dynamic Sound Boost amplifies the sound of the exhaust system and makes the Kodiaq RS, depending on the driving mode is particularly pithy sound, the artificially generated Sound can also be switched off altogether reduced.
The performance of the 1.9 tons of heavy SUV are impressive: The Sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is done in less than seven seconds, the most powerful Kodiaq. running on the highway in the top of 221 km/h. The suspension tuning can be described as successful: Even in the tight sports mode and on bad roads the suspension is never skittish The standard consumption of 6.4 liters of Diesel will be outbid in everyday life, certainly to two liters of; after a first exit of the on-Board computer showed 8.3 liters on 100 kilometers.