The Skoda Kodiaq, which also happens to be our favourite Premium SUV of the Year, sits at the top of the company’s current range. But as we’ve seen time and again, the best way to make something luxurious is by adding a little L&K badge to it. Which is exactly what Skoda has planned for the Kodiaq.
At the upcoming Geneva Motor Show next month, the Czech carmaker will introduce a Skoda Kodiaq L&K. For the uninitiated, L&K is named after Skoda’s founders Laurin and Klement, and it has been the most highly specced trim in Skoda cars.
And that tradition will remain unchanged with the Kodiaq, too. While market-wise availability remains yet to be announced, the SUV will be offered with both petrol and diesel engine choices, and optional 4×4, too.
The L&K-exclusive 19-inch alloy wheels, full LED headlamps, chrome trim for the radiator grille, and L&K badging will be the changes on the outside, while the logo will make its appearance in the cabin, too.
You can read more about the Skoda Kodiaq in our First Drive review here.