Another attempt into rendering the future seven-seat SUV coming from Skoda, the so-called Snowman / Polar, has been made.
The Czech based automaker Skoda is said to plan a seven-seat SUV. The model in question comes at no surprise considering the fact that reports were indicating such a vehicle a few years back but with each passing year, the model is getting closer and closer to becoming a reality. Skoda has went beyond planning and taking a decision and prototypes of this vehicle have been spotted on the open road, recently. The new Skoda seven-seat SUV is believed to wear the Snowman or the Polar moniker and it will be significantly larger than the current Yeti, coming with enough room in the rear for two extra seats and some luggage.
This will basically be the carmaker’s first SUV and it will be riding on the MQB B platform, coming with a front-wheel drive layout on the cheaper versions but more expensive units are said to gain the all-wheel drive system. The exterior design of the model is believed to be heavily influenced by the one of the new Superb generation and it will be one of the most spacious vehicles in its class, with generous towing capability and off-road abilities. This will be put together in the Czech Republic, at the Kvasiny factory, and it is expected to be officially unveiled later on this year, probably during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, in September, and to be offered for sale in the first half of 2016.
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