#dailynews60 Skoda has officially launched the 2018 L&K top-end trim in the Indian market and this comes with a few upgrades over the Style variant.
Skoda India has officially launched the Kodiaq L&K top-end trim in the Indian market at Rs. 35.99 lakhs (ex-showroom). Some of the feature upgrades over the Style variant include the new Virtual Cockpit display setup, 360-degree surround view technology and more. The trim is named after the founders of the company, Vaclav Klement and Vaclav Laurin.
The L&K trim gets chrome touches for its rear diffuser and grille along with silver roof rails and Laurin & Klement badging for the fenders in front. The L&K is the first Skoda car in the country to debut the Virtual Cockpit setup where a huge digital display comes as a replacement for the analogue instrument console. This can also work as a navigation display unit.
The Kodiaq L&K comes with a standard 360-degree surround view setup along with four cameras positioned at the rear, front and also for the ORVMs. The SUV also comes with a piano black interior trim and L&K logos for the seats. There are aluminium pedals for the variant as well. There are no mechanical changes for the L&K trim which comes with the diesel 2.0 litre engine that makes 150 hp and 340 Nm of peak torque. There is a dual-clutch 7-speed automatic transmission system for this variant. The Kodiaq L&K is priced at approximately Rs. 2 lakhs more as compared to the Style variant.
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