Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition to be launching soon in India, check details here

Czech automaker Skoda is all set to introduce the Kushaq Monte Carlo edition in India very soon. According to reports the Monte Carlo edition of Skoda Kushaq will be launched in second half of April 2022. The new edition will go through a lot of cosmetic changes including the interior and exterior of the SUV. However, the engine of the SUV will remain the same as that of the existing one.

In term of cosmetic treatment, the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo edition gets a black treatment on the exterior. The chrome treatment on the SUV will be replaced by black colour and the badging of the SUV will also be black. In terms of wheels, the SUV will have 17-inch alloy wheels which will be similar to that of older generation of Octavia RS 245. There will be Monte Carlo badging on the front fenders as well.

The interior of the Kushaq Monte Carlo edition will be equipped with fully digital instrument cluster. Currently, the SUV gets an analog unit. The Monte Carlo edition will have dual-tone red-black upholstery while the dashboard, centre console, and all-four doors get a red accent as well. The Monte Carlo edition is expected to be based on the top trim of the Skoda Kushaq Style variant.

The important features that will be available on the SUV are full LED headlamps, ventilated front seats, automatic headlamps and wipers, IRVM with the auto-dimming feature, audio system with 6 speakers, tyre pressure monitoring system, 10.1-inch touchscreen system with support for Apple CarPlay and  Android Auto etc.

In terms of engine, the Kushaq Monte Carlo edition will be offered with two engine variants- 1.0L 3-cylinder TSI and 1.5L 4-cylinder TSI. The 1.0L variant offers 113bhp of peak power and 178Nm of maximum torque. On the other hand, the 1.5L variant produces 147 bhp of power and 250Nm of torque. The Monte Carlo Edition will be offered in automatic transmission variant only.

Speaking about the price of the Kushaq Monte Carlo edition, it is expected that the variant will be pricier by Rs 80,000 to Rs 1 lakh in comparison to the top-spec Kushaq Style variant.

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