Following the footsteps of Volkswagen, Skoda Auto has now also launched the special edition variants for its Kushaq and Slavia, dubbed as “Elegance Edition.” These limited-run Skoda Kushaq and Slavia sport cosmetic enhancements, along with various additional features over their regular 1.5-litre Style variants.
|Premium Over Regular Model
|Skoda Slavia Elegance Edition
|Up to Rs 50,000
|Skoda Kushaq Elegance Edition
|Up to Rs 20,000
Skoda Slavia and Kushaq Elegance Editions – What’s Special?
- Being the limited-run special edition version, the Elegance Edition offers a new Deep Black exterior body shade paint for both models, complemented by rich chrome elements all around, including the chrome lower door garnish. It also gets a calligraphic ‘Elegance’ insignia on the B-pillars.
- Furthermore, the Slavia Elegance Edition also features a chrome trunk garnish and a Scuff plate with ‘Slavia’ inscribed on it, whereas the Kushaq gets 17-inch VEGA Dual Tone alloy wheels that can also be seen on the Kushaq Monte Carlo Edition. On the other hand, the Slavia flaunts the 16-inch Ving alloy wheels.
- Other notable additions for both the Elegance Editions include puddle lamps, sporty aluminium pedals, an ‘Elegance’ badge on the steering wheel, and new textile mats and ‘Elegance’ branded cushions, seat-belt cushions as well as neck rests.
- The features list for both models remain identical to their regular 1.5-litre TSI variants, comprising a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment, wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, digital cluster, auto AC, rear AC vents, powered front seats with ventilation function, single-pane electric sunroof, up to six airbags, and much more.
Powering the Skoda Slavia and Kushaq Elegance Editions are the 1.5-litre turbocharged TSI petrol engine that makes 150PS of max power and 250Nm of max twist. Transmission options include both 6-speed manual and 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission options. Skoda offers this engine with the ACTIVE CYLINDER TECHNOLOGY (ACT) that turns off two of four cylinders in low-load conditions to save some amount of fuel.