This is how the K odiaq RS with racing driver Sabine Schmitz at the wheel, the Green Hell in 9: 29.84 minutes - a record for seven-seater SUV over the ring distance of 20.832 kilometers.
The sporty The first version of the Kodiaq is of course also based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB) and receives the two-liter biturbo diesel known from the VW Tiguan brother of the group. This produces 240 hp in the Kodiaq, applies 500 Nm of torque to the crankshaft and is reserved for SUVs within the Skoda portfolio. The VW runs so potent to 100 km /h in 6.5 seconds. The Kodiaq RS will come up with similar values and is therefore the second most powerful model of the Czechs after the 245 hp Octavia RS. In particular, the strong RS purchase rate (20 percent) has Skoda moved to offer an RS version of the Kodiaq as well.
The all-wheel-drive model is visually upgraded accordingly: the front apron appears a little more aggressive, the grill is set off in high-gloss black, like the one Roof rails, the window frames and the exterior mirrors. The rear end is characterized by two visible tailpipes under the bumper and a reflector that extends over the entire width of the vehicle. The already strong wheel arches are fitted with 20-inch turbine-look wheels with 235/45 wide tires as standard. Behind it, the red-painted brake calipers of the optimized braking system, including the RS logo, peek out. Three different rim designs will be on offer.
The interior of the Skoda Kodiaq RS impresses with Alcantara and carbon leather on sports seats and door panels as well as red contrasting stitching in a diamond-cross design. There is also a multifunction sports steering wheel, a black headliner and stainless steel pedals.
The Kodiaq currently costs from 32,090 euros in the basic version and as a Sportline version with the two-liter TDI and 190 hp from 43,110 euros. The Skoda Kodiaq RS costs from 49,990 euros.