We've been extremely busy at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show!
During this years' show, we debuted four new models; the SUPERB and CITIGOe iV, the SCALA Monte Carlo and the all-new KAMIQ Monte Carlo.
ŠKODA SUPERB iV:
The SUPERB iV and the CITIGOeiV are ŠKODA’s gateway to the world of eMobility. The SUPERB iV is a plug-in hybrid, which means that it combines an internal combustion engine with an electric motor to deliver a combined power output of 160 kW. It can drive purely on electricity for up to 56 km in the WLTP cycle. The vehicle can also run on a petrol engine. Naturally, you can combine both drives to generate as much power as possible and yet enjoy a ride that could not be more economical.
ŠKODA CITIGOe iV:
The CITIGOe iV is ŠKODA’s first all-electric vehicle. It is propelled by a 61 kW electric motor.Combined with 36.8 kWh batteries, it can travel up to 260 km on a single charge (in the WLTP cycle). With its compact dimensions, 250-litre luggage compartment and maximum torque available from zero, the CITIGOeiV is the perfect companion for urban traffic.
ŠKODA SCALA Monte Carlo:
The Brand New SCALA now has a new trim, the Monte Carlo. On the outside, you will notice the new black styling accents on the full LED Headlights, and on parts of the re-designed front grille. The back of the vehicle has the 'ŠKODA' lettering in black, with Monte Carlo edition 17 or 18" Alloy wheels. The mirror caps are also black, giving it a more sporty feel.
ŠKODA KAMIQ Monte Carlo:
Starting on the outside, the Kamiq Monte Carlo gets full-LED headlights and a glossy black frame around the front grille. There’s more of that black noticeable on the bumper and the side mirror caps, while the roof rails and the side sills have also received the dark treatment. Even the “SKODA” lettering on the tailgate is now black, as is the “KAMIQ” model designation.
Rounding off the upgrades on the outside are the full-LED taillights, a panoramic sunroof, tinted rear windows, black rear diffuser, and the special badging. The 2020 Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo will come as standard with unique 17-inch alloy wheels, but those willing to spend extra will be able to opt for a larger 18-inch set.
Stepping inside the cabin, the posh subcompact crossover has a pair of height-adjustable sports seats with built-in headrests and an upholstery design reserved to the Monte Carlo trim. Red stitching creates a visual contrast in what is a predominately black cabin, and it has been applied to the perforated leather on the steering wheel as well as on the leather covering the old-school handbrake lever and gear selector [Motor 1].
With lots of exciting new models coming into the range, we will expect to see them towards the end of 2019/ beginning of 2020! White Dove ŠKODA are based on Hadfield Road, Cardiff! Any questions regarding the new models shown at Frankfurt Motor Show? Call us on 02920 642 999.