Skoda Karoq crossover converted into a cabriolet

Skoda Karoq crossover converted into a cabriolet

April 12, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Over the conceptual gig 20 students from the Skoda School in Mlada Boleslav worked. As a result, Karoq lost his roof and became more “youthful”

Students of the Skoda Academy have prepared a new conceptual gig. According to the press service of the Czech brand, the car is built on the basis of a compact crossover Karoq. The public debut of the novelty will take place at a special event in June this year.

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In total, 20 students of the Skoda School in Mlada Boleslav take part in the development. At the moment the company has already published the first teaser image of the future all-road cabriolet. According to young engineers, the target audience of the novelty are young, active people.

This is not the first development of Skoda students. Previously, they developed a new conceptual pickup truck. The car called FUNstar is built on the basis of Fabia third generation. The machine received a reinforced central rack, 18-inch wheels, LED bottom lights, a new radiator grille and LED optics. Also, the pickup is equipped with a modernized audio system with a 200-watt subwoofer and an updated infotainment system with a touch screen.

Another development of Czech students was the experimental version of the smallest model Skoda – Citigo. Compact car turned into an electric beach buggy called Element. The car lost the roof and the rear row of seats, in place of which they installed a stereo system. Instead of an internal combustion engine, a fully electric power plant was delivered, giving out 60 kW (82 horsepower).