Skoda Karoq crossover converted into a cabrioletApril 12, 2018
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.
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).