Revised Škoda Karoq


Four years since launch, the Škoda Karoq gets an update. The revised car, that is the brands third best seller after Octavia and Kodiaq in Ireland, brings sustainable materials, new technology and more efficient engines. The revised Karoq will launch in Ireland next April.

Thomas Schäfer, ŠKODA AUTO CEO, said: “With over half a million units sold, the KAROQ is key to our brand’s success. To ensure that this will remain the case, we have developed it further: now sporting a fresher design and optimised aerodynamics along with state-of-the-art assistance systems and infotainment features. I am confident that this overall package will enable us to continue the KAROQ’s success story.”

Launched in 2017, the KAROQ was the Czech car manufacturer’s second SUV. Offering generous amounts of space, a high level of practicality and excellent value for money, it delivers on the brand’s promise. The Karoq is produced in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia and China, and available in 60 countries.


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