Skoda launches the Elegance Editions of Slavia and Kushaq at Rs 17.52 lakh and Rs 18.31 lakh, respectively
The Skoda Slavia and Kushaq Elegance Edition are only available in a Deep Black paint scheme, with exterior changes including a chrome garnish on the front grille and trunk. Puddle lamps are now available, as are chrome scuff plates for the doors. The cars also get an 'Elegance' badge on the B-pillar and the steering wheel. The 'Elegance' badge also appears on the seat belt cover, head cushions, and rear seat cushions.
In addition, like the updated Style trim, the Skoda Elegance Edition gets a 10-inch infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as a subwoofer. It also has electrically adjustable front seats and illuminated footwells.
The Elegance Edition is only available with the 1.5-litre TSI engine. The Skoda Slavia Elegance Edition is Rs 21,000 more expensive than the Style trim, with the manual costing Rs 17.52 lakh and the DSG costing Rs 19.51 lakh. On the other hand, the Skoda Kushaq Elegance Edition costs Rs 20,000 more, and the manual costs Rs 18.31 lakh, while the DSG costs Rs 19.51 lakh.
The Elegance Edition of the Slavia and Kushaq is a recent addition to Skoda and Volkswagen's long list of special edition models. This edition follows the Skoda Slavia Matte Edition, which was introduced the previous month.