The official name of the concept is the "CitiJet", a clever play on the production model's name. The young Skoda future employees are going to dress their creation im blue and while, fitting blue-finish 16-inch alloy wheels.
Instead of trying to make a brand new interior, they adapted one from the special edition Citigo SPORT. Parts borrowed include the red-hemmed, leather-wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel, the leather-covered handbrake and gearstick.
The GTI Meet has never been about timeless refinement, so the custom 300 watt sound system and blue LED interior lighting are only fitting for what's essential an extreme tuning project supported by Skoda.
“It is fantastic to see how committed and passionate our trainees have been in working on this project,” says ŠKODA Board Member for HR, Bohdan Wojnar. “The ŠKODA CitiJet is an emotional vehicle study that is sure to catch the attention of the visitors at Wörthersee.”
We look forward to seeing the CitiJet make its debut at the 33rd GTI Meet at the end of May (28 to 31 May). It looks like the sort of car Skoda needs to look into!