How we think Skoda's Kodiaq Coupé could look
This week's snippets of automotive news include news on the Skoda Kodiaq, McLaren's non-hybrid P1, Hyundai on European emissions regulations and more.
Skoda Kodiaq Coupé:
A potential European launch of the Skoda Kodiaq Coupé, on sale in China later this year, continues to be discussed by the Czech car manufacturer. The problem is that Skoda simply has no spare capacity in its factories to build the model. “Skoda has not got many problems, but one is production capacity,” said R&D boss Christian Strube.
McLaren P1 non-hybrid:
McLaren deliberated over launching a non-hybrid version of the P1 hypercar but decided against it as it was considered at odds with the ethos of the project. The hybrid system added about 140kg to the kerb weight of the car but that is compensated by the extra power it generated.
New catergory of cars: