Damage is being upgraded by Kodiaq. Big SUV gets more equipment. In addition, similar to Karoq's, the Adaptive Suspension (DCC) is now also available for front-wheel drive versions, a blind spot detector and a key-free system have been improved.
The Adaptive Chassis (DCC), including the choice of driving profiles, was previously reserved for the Kodiaq variants with all four-wheel drive. Now front-door customers can now opt for this – the option is available for all 150 hp engines. It also allows the driver to choose between the Comfort, Normal and Sport driving modes. Depending on the mode of operation, the operation of the shock absorber changes.
In driver assistance systems, the blind spot detector has been improved: the radar-based system now warns the driver of the vehicles 70 meters away, which is particularly important at high differential speeds. In addition, the visual warning signal now appears in the exterior mirror housing and is therefore even more clearly visible.
In addition, Škoda has additionally developed the Kessy key entry and start system. The vehicle key now has an integrated motion detector. If the key does not move, it will not send any signals – in this way, the amplifiers of the range have no chance to pick up signals and thus open the vehicle without authorization.
At the back of the Kodiaq is now carved instead of the Škoda logo in printed letters. The new design was introduced with Scala and since then it has been added to Karoq.