Skoda Karoq, which replaced Skoda Yeti in 2017, is always recognizable and modern. The Karoq and the Kodiaq (in RS version) have been spotted with camouflage graphics that anticipate a future restyling of the models.
Although not as unconventional as Yeti, Skoda Karoq is known as a pretty good alternative for the crossover SUV market. It seems that Skoda plans to increase its attractiveness without ruining this winning formula. The prototype in the image does not have any significant innovations. But the 2021 Skoda Karoq is thought to be at the front with the brand's new grille design and newly designed headlights. At the rear, it looks like there will be newly designed headlights and a new rear bumper.
In addition to the aesthetic updates, Skoda could have reserved novelties also inside the passenger compartment with new technological systems and driving aids.
There are not many details about the mechanics yet, although it is not difficult to see that the 1.0 TSI and 1.5 TSI petrol blocks (with powers between 115 and 150 CV) will be maintained. The diesel offer will remain with the 2.0 TDI block, all of which are targeted for reducing emissions, and it is likely that hybrid and Plug-In hybrid versions will appear.
Skoda Karoq arrival should be expected in early 2021.