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Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition Gets a Festive Upgrade: More Luxury and Style

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Skoda’s impressive Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition, initially launched in May 2022, is receiving a delightful festive season makeover. With new features and enhancements, this top-tier SUV is poised to attract even more customers. The added features not only boost its luxury quotient but also elevate the overall appeal, making it an enticing choice for potential buyers.

Enhancing Luxury and Style:

The Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition, known for its sportier theme and distinctiveness, now offers an elevated sense of luxury. The latest additions include powered front seats and an illuminated footwell. While these may seem like subtle updates, they play a significant role in enhancing the overall driving experience, adding to the ‘feel-good’ factor.

Sporty Exterior:

The Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition makes a bold statement with its sporty Tornado Red exterior shade, complemented by striking red brake calipers. Blacked-out design elements, including the front grille, ORVMs, roof rails, skid plate, and roof, contribute to its distinctive appearance. Not to be missed is the Monte Carlo badging positioned above the front wheel arches, further emphasizing its unique identity.

Elegance Inside:

Stepping inside the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition, you’ll find the sporty exterior theme seamlessly translated to the interior. The dual-tone (red and black) interior exudes a sense of sophistication, creating an inviting cabin atmosphere. The dual-tone upholstery is adorned with a ‘Monte Carlo’ inscription on the headrest, adding a touch of exclusivity.

Unchanged Performance:

Mechanically, the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition remains identical to the standard Kushaq SUV, ensuring a reliable and dynamic performance. It is available with two petrol engine options and three gearbox choices.

  • The base 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine delivers a commendable 115bhp and 178Nm of peak torque. Buyers can opt for either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed automatic transmission.
  • For those seeking more power, the 1.5-litre, turbocharged petrol engine generates 150bhp and 250Nm of peak torque. Notably, this engine is paired with a more advanced 7-speed DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) gearbox, enhancing both performance and driving convenience.With its recent upgrades, the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition aims to captivate a broader audience during the festive season. Its blend of luxury, style, and sportiness makes it a compelling choice in the competitive SUV segment. Whether you’re drawn to the elegant interior, the sporty exterior, or the reliable performance, this enhanced edition promises a delightful driving experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

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