Škoda Karoq

Škoda Karoq


The Škoda Karoq is a compact crossover SUV (C-segment) designed and built by the Czech car manufacturer Škoda Auto. Introduced in 2017, the vehicle is based on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform, and replaced the Škoda Yeti.[8] The car slots between the smaller Škoda Kamiq and the larger Škoda Kodiaq.

The name Karoq is derived from Aleutian language, spoken by the native inhabitants of Alaskan island Kodiak. It is a combination of Aleutian words “kaa’raq” and “ruq”, a car and an arrow, which are the elements of the Škoda logo.[9] It is the second Škoda model to have a name inspired by the Aleuts, after the Kodiaq.

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