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ŠKODA’s proud tradition and passion for ingenuity are embodied in the ŠKODA Kodiaq SportLine—a combination of brilliant façade supported by a smooth and unique driving experience.
The ŠKODA Kodiaq SportLine features a design that embodies their sophisticated brilliance. The black lining of the car meshes brilliantly with the red; the black coloured side mirror covers, front grille, and front bumper-spoiler combine effortlessly with the Kodiaq appearance and the signature SportLine look of this sports utility vehicle. The over-all fiery red look is supplemented by the LED rear lights as well as the C-shaped, illuminated SportLine badge.
The inner features of the car further show the dedication of ŠKODA to give the Kodiaq SportLine a truly ‘sporty’ look. From the Alcantara leather seats, the SportLine decorative logo, to the multi-functional steering wheel, the SportLine is dedicated to separating itself from other used cars or SUVs that try to fit into the ‘sport’ category. To see a defining difference, one only needs to look at both the interior and exterior of the vehicle.
The SUV also features a Dynamic Chassis Control with Drive Mode Select which shifts driving options from standard to sport configuration effortlessly. An automatic transmission set-up is available, with the option to choose between 6- or 7-speed versions. Both versions are equipped with Launch Control, a feature which makes going from 0 to 60 in a short span of time easy.
The car is further complemented by classy door sill covers, the ‘SportLine’ logo stencilled on them for maximum effect. Sport pedals complete the ‘sporty’ appearance of the interior. Make no mistake— ŠKODA is pulling all the stops to make no one doubt the ‘sport’ nature of the Kodiaq SportLine.
In a world connected by the Internet, the SportLine stands tall with the Smartlink+/SmartGate system that allows the phone to turn the dashboard into a multimedia centre. The SportLine also arrives with MirrorLink, Apple CarPlay, or Android Auto installed onboard as a default feature—something that no one will obviously find in second-hand cars from a year ago. Rounding out the rest of the features are USB connectors that allow multimedia storage devices to connect, as well as front and rear parking sensors that compose the Park Assist system.