Skoda has recently announced its plans to introduce the CitiJet Concept next month, at the Worthersee tuning event.
The 2014th edition of the Worthersee will see the debut of the Skoda CitiJet Concept. The model in question is based, as you have probably already figured it out, on the Citigo, and was dreamt up by 16 apprentices, who have worked together with the company’s main design department. The trainees were completing a 3- or 4-year course at the Skoda Vocational School or Mechanical Engineering and they were given free reign to come up with their very own interpretation of the brand.
The result is this open-top two-seater speedster-style vehicle, finished in a metallic blue and white paintjob, with a hand-made spoiler and 16-inch alloy wheels. The interior design has red leather trim, blue LED system which pulses to the music coming from the 300W stereo and some other tweaks. Under the hood we can find the standard 1.0 liter three-cylinder petrol engine, which is producing, in this case, 75 HP. No plans have been announced to put this car into production so this will probably remain in the minds of Citigo enthusiasts out there. More details on it are limited for the moment.