What will the Skoda Kodiaq pickup look like?March 25, 2019
35 students of the Skoda Vocational School presented the concept of a pickup truck based on the large Kodiaq crossover. This is the sixth vehicle developed by talented students, and the first based on this 7-seat model.
The bright orange tint of the one-time project reminds us of the Felicia Fun, the lifestyle-oriented version of the pickup, available in Western Europe at the end of the life cycle of the Felicia model (2001). In this bizarre special edition of the car were the rear seats, which were put forward in the cargo platform. Skoda does not say whether there is such an opportunity in the worn concept of the two-door Kodiaq pickup truck – it would be interesting to look at it.
Skoda fans know that this is not the first pick-up truck built by Skoda students, since in 2015 the Funstar concept was introduced, which in turn was based on the Fabia hatchback.
The car was later transformed into a two-seater with a tiny cargo platform. Other unique innovations presented by the guys in recent years include the CitiJet cabriolet based on the baby Skoda Citigo, Atero Coupe based on the Rapid Spaceback, as well as the electric Element based on the same Citigo and last year’s Sunroq version of the crossover Karoq in the body of the convertible. Like all previous concept cars, a Kodiaq crossover pickup will remain a one-off project. By this, Skoda students show what they are capable of.
The official showing of the sixth Skoda student car is scheduled for June this year. The project will be fully supported by the Skoda design team and engineers.
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