Students prepare a pickup truck based on the Skoda Kodiaq MountiaqMay 29, 2019
The company revealed the details of the upcoming concept. The model will be built by 35 students. The pickup will receive a new body, a cargo platform and a redesigned design.
35 students of the Czech school of design Skoda brand were engaged in the creation of a new conceptual pickup. The car is built on the basis of a large Kodiaq crossover and will be fully functional. The body of the model is completely reworked, adding to it a cargo platform instead of rear passenger seats, and will create a comfortable two-seater cabin.
The conceptual pickup truck was named Mountiaq, and will receive a bright orange body. As the power unit uses a 2.0-liter gasoline engine with a capacity of up to 190 horsepower.
In addition to a difficult rework for shipping Kodiaq will receive many stylistic changes. Students plan to give the concept a more sporty look with large air intakes, additional protection and a new body kit. According to preliminary calculations, the project will be ready this summer – then the presentation will take place.
It should be noted that the design school Skoda has already prepared more than one generation of young professionals. There are already five ready-made concepts on the students account.
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