Skoda has released a new teaser for the CitiJet Concept, which will be officially unveiled later on this month at Worthersee.
Just a day after releasing the original sketch with the CitiJet Concept, Skoda has released a teaser video with the upcoming one-off vehicle, which will be officially presented to the public at the end of this month, at Worthersee. The model in question is based on the Citigo mini car and it has a chopped off roof, a blue and white metallic paint job and it’s riding on 16-inch alloy wheels. Changes made to the exterior also include a rear spoiler (hand-made), a double exhaust system and some other tweaks.
The cabin of the one-off Skoda CitiJet is getting a 3-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel, a leather covered handbrake and gearstick lever, the Sports fabric design on the seat covers and floor mats, a red and white finish for the instrument panel and a special sound system with 300 watts. We also have to mention the part-leather trim, the LED ambient lighting and more. The concept car is based on the Sport trim level and it has a 1.0 liter MPI petrol engine under its hood, with 75 HP (55 kW). Top speed stands at 170 km/h (106 mph).
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