India represents one of the car markets that is promising for automakers and Skoda targetted for their next models. The 2021 Kusaq is the small crossover scheduled to reach the Indian market in June this year. It's a vehicle designed, developed, and built especially for India.
This is the first model produced by Skoda in collaboration with the Volkswagen Group and is the promoter for the companies' new MQB-A0-IN platform will be launched in India and will be launched in June, and the deliveries promise to start one month later.
The Indian high-rider is 166.2 in long and 69.3 in wide and 63.5 in height. The wheelbase is one of the longest measuring 104.4 in, and 7.4 in of ground clearance and 385 liters of boot space behind the rear seats.
Offered in a 1.0-liter TSI will power the Kushaq delivering 113 horsepower and 175 Nm of torque, and the 1.5-liter TSI delivers 148 hp and 250 Nm of torque. The engine is coupled to a six-speed manual or - automatic transmission, or a seven-speed DSG. Without the optional all-wheel-drive system, the Kushaq will be available in the front-wheel variant only.
The Kushaq features a wide grille with two lighting units on both sides, along is a sharp side bumper with big lower air intakes. Both parallel lights run across the doors to the big L-shaped taillights. You can see the "Skoda" and "Kushaq" logos on the tailgate.
The 2021 Skoda Kushaq is a safe car with six airbags, an electronic stability system, a multi-collision brake, a hill-start assist, rain-sensing widescreen wipers, and dusk-sensing headlamps along with front and rear parking sensors, tire pressure monitoring system, and cruise control.
India will welcome the Kushaq with its traditional " Namaste" because this model is a promising one. Comfort, advanced technologies, and safety in one crossover.