Škoda has released the first sketches anticipating the upcoming restyling of the Karoq made by the designers of the style center headed by Oliver Stefani. The compact Suv of the Bohemian manufacturer – unveiled in 2017 – will be updated from an aesthetic and technological point of view and the presentation will be held on November 30. The preview shows the car’s new front end with a grille that has grown in width and now features double slats with a larger cross-section, as well as a new hexagonal design, which surmounts a large air intake. The headlight clusters are sleeker than the previous version and extend all the way to the grille.

The compact SUV will also receive updates at the rear where the elongated spoiler and redesigned bumper with black diffuser stand out. The rear light clusters now feature a sharp new design. Like the front ones, in fact, they have been tapered and now emphasize the width of the vehicle. In true Škoda style, the crystal structures add a unique visual effect to the rear lights, which retain their characteristic “C” shape.