Sketches of Updated ŠKODA Karoq Revealed
Two design concepts for the redesigned Karoq have been unveiled by ŠKODA. The tiny SUV from the Czech automaker, which was first presented in 2017, has received a design and technological update.
The improved, more unique design is depicted in the two sketches. The front grille has been widened and now has double slats as well as a new hexagonal shape with a large air intake underneath. The headlamps are slenderer overall than the previous model and extend all the way to the grille. The revised daytime running lights, which are now made up of two independent parts apiece, add to their dynamic appearance. A second lighting unit for the fog lights or, in the top form, a separate LED module is located beneath. After dark, this headlight design gives the appearance of four-eyed driving lights.
The tail lights now have a new, sharply drawn appearance in addition to a taller rear spoiler and a visibly revised rear apron with a black diffuser. They’ve been trimmed down to match the headlights and emphasise the vehicle’s breadth. Crystalline structures offer a unique aesthetic aspect to the tail lights, which preserve their iconic C-shaped design in true ŠKODA fashion.
The in ŠKODA took another step forward in the implementation of its SUV plan with the introduction of the Karoq in 2017. On November 30, the revamped Karoq will make its debut in a digital media presentation.