Skoda Auto India covered the production of Vision-IN for the last month. The new model, named “Kushaq”, is the Czech automaker’s first offering based on the highly anticipated MQB-AO-IN architecture. The compact SUV will hit the retail bazaar this summer to compete against Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos. We used to wonder if the Kushaq should get the signature “Monte Carlo” treatment and here we can finally see a realistic illustration of what the bolder version of the Kushaq is Skoda Kushaq could look like. Our in-house digital artist Shoeb Kalania created a fantastic rendering. Check out the video below to see how the regular Kushaq is converted to the Monte Carlo Edition.
The first Skoda to be painted in Monte Carlo in India was the now defunct second-generation Fabia. But now the Get rid of is the only model for sale in this special edition. Based on the visual highlights of the C2 segmenter, SRK, our in-house rendering specialist, was able to give us a good idea of what the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo would look like. According to the inspiration, the supposed speculative special edition of the Kushaq sports the signature Flash Red hue, two-tone alloy wheels, a black grille, darkened ORVMs and even a black front skid plate. You will also get a “chrome erase” on the door handles and some other parts of the vehicle. Eventually, even the roof rails were dried black to complete the Monte Carlo makeover.
Like the Rid, Kushaq looks great in the Monte Carlo avatar. Even in its production, which was recently unveiled, the Kushaq is an eye-catcher from all angles. Skoda has added beautiful, sharp lines and folds with robust design elements that are typical of SUVs. The rendered Monte Carlo variant is characterized by an all-black grille, two-tone 17-inch alloy wheels and a black roof. A sportier steering wheel, two-tone red and black artificial leather seats from MONTE CARLO, sporty stainless steel foot pedals and much more are expected in the interior of the Kushaq Monte Carlo.
The Skoda Kushaq will be officially available in the country this June. With two engine options on offer – 115 PS 1.0 TSI and 150 PS 1.5 TSI – there will be a Kushaq for almost everyone. It is also offered with a total of three transmission options – 6-speed MT, 6-speed AT, and 7-speed DCT.