Based on the first pictures, there will be an inscription instead of the Indian headdress.

Skoda is expanding its model range with another small electric SUV. This will be the Elroq, the first model from the Czech Republic to receive the brand's new design language called Modern Solid.

The just-released preview shows that it will get split headlights, connected by a dashed LED strip across its entire width, and it can also be seen that the traditional logo disappears from the visor.

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The new Skoda Al-Rouq EV

Skoda has dropped the first image of its upcoming Elroq, giving us a sneak peek at the face that will be rolled out across the brand's entire lineup in the coming years. The small electric SUV will be launched this fall and is the first Skoda car to get the Czech company's new Solid Modern design language. Heralds a more purposeful appearance.

The car will be offered in two- and four-wheel drive versions, will be 4.5 meters long and will be based on the Volkswagen Group's MEB platform, just like the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupé.

Elroq is scheduled to have its world premiere this fall.