Skoda has officially pulled the wraps off the brand new CitiJet Concept, ahead of its public debut which will be taking place next weekend, at Worthersee 2014.
After teasing the brand new CitiJet Concept a couple of times, the Czech based automaker Skoda has decided to finally pull the wraps off its body. The model in question was created over the course of 6 months by 16 apprentices with guidance from Jozef Kaban, the company’s head designer, and it has received some pretty interesting items such as the roof, the removed rear seats and the blue metallic paint, amongst others.
The Skoda CitiJet Concept is also getting a hand-built rear spoiler, two exhaust pipes, 16-inch alloy wheels and more. The cabin of this one-off vehicle is getting the leather covered gear knob and handbrake lever, the three-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel with red stitching, the white and red finish for the dashboard, the 300-watt audio system, music reactive LED lighting and others. Power is being provided by a 1.0 liter MPI engine, which is developing a total of 75 HP (55 kW). More details on this one-off vehicle, based on the Skoda Citigo, will be announced at Worthersee, next week.