Kodiaq Sportline 140TDI and 132TSI from Skoda will come out in March.
Full details are still not available. The diesel unit will be placed on the top of the range. Its specifications should be similar to the Superb 206TSI Sportline that was launched in 2017.
With the $1000 pack on it, the vehicle features a raft of sporty tweaks, such as sport seats, outstanding dash trim, a unique instrument binnacle, a VW-sourced Performance Monitor to track lap times and a flat-bottom helm.
Expect the car to receive sportier alloys, probably the 19-inched ones. There should be an option for 20-inched alloys too. You will also see door mirrors, roof rails, black grille highlights and window trim. However, no extra performance will be provided, as well as handling gear until you get the optional Adaptive Dynamic Chassis Control set-up.