"The Citigo despite its small size, it offers ample interior space is surprisingly agile, and attractive in materials and technologies used.
The designers have managed to give the car a distinctive look, which at first view shows the new design of Škoda. Refined radiator grille in a chrome plated frame and molded headlamps give the car the typical Škoda look. With a length of 3,56 m, 1,65 m wide and a height of 1,48 m, the Citigo is one of the smallest vehicles in its segment. The boot is 251 liters, but can be extended to 951 liters by folding down the rear seats.
The Citigo is designed for young drivers, young families looking for a second or third vehicle dynamics and more people too. Customers are, first, worry about the costs and have a rational approach to cars, but then again, look for quality, practicality, design and safety. Škoda did not have any vehicle in this segment. Vahland explains: "We are witnessing an increase in demand for small fuel-efficient cars with affordable price and reasonable operating costs The new vehicle Škoda is our reaction to this trend going to tread new ground and the Citigo will attract many.. new customers, especially in our European markets. " The Citigo places great emphasis on safety. For the first time in a Škoda vehicle, the designers have used a side head-thorax airbag to protect the heads of driver and front passenger, along with other elements that form an exemplary safety packet in its class. In addition, active safety is enhanced with the new Brake Assist "City Safe Drive". The system is automatically activated at speeds below 30 km / h and a laser sensor identifies the dangers of collision. Along with the Volkswagen up!, The Citigo is currently the only vehicle in the segment to offer this functionality.
Two new petrol engines 1.0 three-cylinder will be available after the launch of the Citigo, with power and 60 75 CV. Consumption and emissions are 4,5 liters 100 km. and 105 g / km for the engine CO2 60 CV, and 4,7 liters 100 km. and 108 g / km for the engine CO2 75 CV. In economic releases Green Tec, consumption is 4,2 and 4,3 100 kilometers liters respectively and emissions are 97 and 99 g / km of CO2 respectively.