The Czech based automaker Skoda has officially unveiled the new CitiJet Concept, during the Worthersee 2014 automotive event.
Originally unveiled just a couple of weeks ago, the brand new Skoda CitiJet Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the car manufacturer bringing it to the Worthersee 2014. The model in question has been created by 16 apprentices and, as you already figured it out, it is based on the regular Citigo, which has received some interesting updates, transforming it into a one-off concept car.
The new Skoda CitiJet is coming with a cabriolet design, with a blue and white exterior, a handmade rear spoiler, downward sloping side windows, a distinctive roll bar, a dual exhaust system and it’s riding on 16-inch alloy wheels. The interior design is carried over from the Citigo Sport and it’s adding the two-tone dashboard, the 300W sound system or the LED lighting.
Power to the newly unveiled Skoda CityJet Concept is being provided by a 1.0 liter MPI engine, which is also found under the hood of the regular production car. The unit in question is producing a total output of 75 HP (55 kW) and 95 Nm (70 lb-ft) of torque. The 0 to 100 km/h acceleration is made in 13.9 seconds and top speed stands at 170 km/h (106 mph).