The upgrade gives the 2.0 TSI 216 HP (159 kW) and up to 360 Nm, turning it into a true alpha. The production version of the petrol engine "only" has 180 HP (132 kW) and 320 Nm. But the 2.0 TDI does not need to be shy, either: In the top version from ABT, it is almost as powerful with 215 HP (158 kW) instead of 190 HP (140 kW). In addition, it has a hefty torque of 440 Nm, while the standard version only has 400 Nm. Those who chose the smaller version of the 2.0 TDI with 150 HP (110 kW) in the production model can also order a boost from the Bavarian company. ABT gets 180 HP (132 kW) from the diesel engine, increasing the maximum torque from 340 to 380 Nm.
Kodiak bears are not only strong animals, but also very attractive. The same goes for the Skoda of the very similar name. Instead of mighty paws, the car can be equipped with generously sized alloy wheels from ABT Sportsline, the world's largest tuner for vehicles from the Volkswagen and Audi Group. The models range from 18 to 21 inch with the designs DR,
ER-C, FR and GR. The alloy wheels differ not only in the design, but also offer different finishes in mystic black, matt black, glossy black or gun-metal. Some variants additionally feature diamond-polished areas for special contrasting effects. Some of these already include a wheel spacer set for a wider track. On request, ABT Sportsline also offers complete wheel sets which already include the appropriate high performance tires.