2022 Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo : A Close Look

Like previous Monte Carlo editions of Skoda cars, the Kushaq Monte Carlo features cosmetic changes on the outside and inside. There are no mechanical changes to the car.

Skoda has unveiled the Kushaq Monte Carlo.

Since the Skoda Kushaq has already been reviewed by Team-BHP, this report will only focus on changes made to the Monte Carlo. To read the full official review, click here.

Like previous Monte Carlo editions of Skoda cars, the Kushaq Monte Carlo features cosmetic changes on the outside and inside. There are no mechanical changes to the car.

So, what’s new on the outside?

  • Front end features reworked headlights, radiator grille and bumper
  • Smoked LED headlamps
  • Grille gets a glossy black border with matte-black internals
  • Front bumper gets a glossy black skid plate in place of the silver unit
  • Chrome has been deleted from the bumper completely. There is a glossy black insert on both sides
  • ORVMs are dipped in glossy black paint
  • Monte Carlo badging on the front fenders. The detailing of the glossy black panel is different from the one on the regular car
  • B-pillar is finished in glossy black. No chrome used anywhere around the windows
  • 17″ dual-tone alloy wheels have a different design. Brake calipers are finished in red
  • Roof-rails are finished in black
  • Glossy black roof
  • “SKODA” lettering is finished in black
  • Chrome strip on the tailgate is replaced by a glossy black unit. “KUSHAQ” lettering is also finished in black
  • The rear bumper gets a glossy black skid plate instead of a silver one

So, what’s new on the inside?

  • Interior has a black & red theme. Beige is not used anywhere in the cabin. Whitish roof liner is carried over from the regular car
  • Large glossy red insert replaces the piano black unit of the regular Kushaq
  • Two-spoke, leather-wrapped steering gets contrast red stitching
  • Zooming in to show you the red stitching on the steering wheel
  • 8″ digital cockpit replaces the analogue instrument cluster
  • Black & red theme continues on the doorpads as well
  • Glossy red insert around the chrome door handle
  • Contrast red stitching on the armrest
  • Monte Carlo-branded stainless steel scuff plates in the front
  • Seats are upholstered in black & red leather
  • Monte Carlo inscription on the headrests
  • Center armrest gets contrast red stitching
  • Accelerator and brake pedals are finished in aluminium, with black rubber on the surface
  • Thick glossy red border around the climate control & gear console instead of the glossy black of the regular Kushaq
  • Center console is finished in black
  • Rear doorpads have the same theme as the front unit. However, there is no red insert around the door handle
  • Rear seats with the black & red leather upholstery
  • Like the front seats, Monte Carlo inscription on the headrests
  • Rear a/c console is finished in black

Read Team-BHP’s detailed Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo Report.

 

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