The Skoda Kodiaq Sportline has arrived in Australia, kicking off from $46,990 before on-road costs.
Available in both 132TSI and 140TDI trims ($52,990), the Kodiaq Sportline gets a more athletic look and unique equipment appointments over the base car.
Key exterior features include new 20-inch ‘Vega’ anthracite alloy wheels, black mirrors and roof rails, and a new Velvet Red colour option
Meanwhile, the interior gets new Alcantara/leather sports seats with contrasting silver stitching, black headlining, aluminium pedals, and steering-mounted paddle shifters.
Other highlights include blacked-out exterior accents like the front grille and window frames, along with Sportline badging, a customisable performance monitor in the infotainment system and an electrically-adjustable driver’s seat with memory.
Rounding out the unique appointments are unique bumper and side treatments, and auto-dimming side mirrors with memory function.
Engines are carried over from the standard Kodiaq range, meaning motivation comes from a 132kW/320Nm 2.0-litre turbo petrol or a 140kW/400Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel. Both are mated to a seven-speed DSG transmission as standard, coupled to an all-wheel drive system.
The Tech Pack and Luxury Pack options remain – adding various features from a 10-speaker sound system and an automatic parking assistant in the former to blind-spot assist, surround camera system and tri-zone climate control in the latter – priced at $2600 and $3400 respectively.
Skoda has also announced drive-away pricing for the entire Kodiaq range, starting at $46,290 drive-away for the base 132TSI to $56,790 drive-away for the 140TDI Sportline.
All prices listed exclude on-road costs unless specified