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Skoda is presenting two vehicles that were designed and built by students at the brand's pavilion in the Autostadt Wolfsburg Museum.

11 Feb 2020 | International News : Germany


Skoda is presenting the Mountiaq and the Sunroq apprentice concept cars at its pavilion in the Autostadt Museum in Wolfsburg, Germany.

The students transformed a Koroq into the Sunroq by removing the roof of the SUV and reinforcing its body
The two vehicles will sit alongside the new Skoda Superb iV, the Skoda Kamiq, as well as the Scala Monte Carlo as part of a new three-month exhibition.

The Mountiaq and the Sunroq were designed and built by students at the Skoda Academy in Mlada Boleslav.

The Skoda Mountiaq is a two-door pickup concept based on the Skoda Kodiaq. The highlights of the sixth Skoda apprentice car include a powerful cable winch, a light strip on the roof, an illuminated loading area and a storage compartment hidden underneath.

The orange sunset paint colour chosen by the students is also used in the interior of the Mountiaq.

A year earlier, 23 students had designed and constructed the Skoda Sunroq convertible. To transform a Skoda Karoq into the Sunroq, the young designers first had to remove the roof of the SUV and reinforce the body.

The Skoda apprentice cars are proof of the high quality of training at the Skoda vocational school
Due to the complete reconstruction of the tailgate, the Sunroq has an even larger boot volume than the Karoq.

The students paid particular attention to the topic of light, with the Sunroq featuring door handles and wheel arches that are illuminated by LEDs, while both bumpers and all doors project bright Skoda logos onto the road.

Since 2014, talented apprentices at Skoda have designed and built a new Skoda apprentice concept car every year.

The innovative and future-oriented project gives the specialists of tomorrow the unique opportunity to prove their knowledge. So far, six apprentice cars have been created, always offering new details and embodying Skoda's 'Simply Clever' tradition.

Around 20 young people are already working on the next spectacular vehicle for 2020. The Skoda apprentice cars are proof of the high quality of training at the Skoda vocational school at the company's headquarters in Mlada Boleslav.
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