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Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo may come next month, know what will change in exterior and interior

According to a media report, Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo will be launched in the market in the third or fourth week of April. Let us know that at present, the company is selling the Monte Carlo Edition of the Skoda Rapid and similarly the exterior and interior changes will be made in the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo too.

The Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo will be launched with almost all the cosmetic differences that the company has seen on the Skoda Monte Carlo models globally. The SUV will get the blacked-out treatment as an exterior update and all chrome bits and chrome badging will be blacked out.

Apart from this, it is believed that this car can be offered in Red and White exterior colors. Also, the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo is expected to get 17-inch alloy wheels similar to the previous-gen Skoda Octavia RS 245. It will also get Monte Carlo badging on its front fenders.

Talking about the interiors of the Kushaq Monte Carlo, the digital instrument console will be used in it and its analog instrument console will be removed. The new instrument cluster could be similar to the Skoda Slavia, but it will come with red graphics, which will be in line with the Monte Carlo theme from Skoda Kushaq.

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Apart from this, the seats will get dual tone red-black upholstery with Monte Carlo badging and red accents will be used on the dashboard, all four doors and center console. The Kushaq Monte Carlo will be based on its current Style variant, giving it all top-end spec.

The Kushaq Monte Carlo gets top-spec features like full LED headlamps, automatic wipers and headlamps (with Follow Me Home feature), ventilated front seats, 6-speaker sound system with subwoofer, auto dimming rear view mirrors and tire pressure monitoring system etc. Will be given

Talking about its engine, the Kushaq Monte Carlo will be launched with the existing 1.0-litre TSI and 1.5-litre TSI engines. A 6-speed manual gearbox will be offered as standard, while a 6-speed torque converter (1.0-litre TSI) and 7-speed DSG (1.5-litre TSI) will be available.

Source: Autocar India


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