Skoda is seriously looking on to bringing its 5-seater SUV, the Karoq to India. The Karoq to India. The Karoq will replace the slow-selling Yeti, so it holds an important part for the company as well. News ha come that the Karoq, set to arrive in 2018 here, has been recently spotted.

Spotted in an airport parking lot in India, the Karoq surprisingly sporting a Czech number plate. It is based on Volkswagen’s MQB platform and will be bigger than the outgoing Yeti. The car parked alongside the Karoq was Skoda’s recently launched 7-seater SUV, the Kodiaq.

Skoda has given the Karoq an impressive design, with a vertical_slated grille and a chrome border. The car features LED DRL’s and a blocked out  B and C Pillar with a chrome border around the windows. At first glance, the Karoq looks like a scaled down Kodiaq.

Rear include good-looking tail lights, rear wiper and blocked out bumper with reflectors. Skoda will be looking on the Karoq to revive its stagnant sales, since the car will be marketed as a volume driven product. Rivals include the Jeep Compass and Hyundai Creta.

 
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SourceTeam BHP