Skoda has published two fully revealing images of the CitiJet concept which is set to show its metal this weekend in Austria during the Wörthersee meet. The one-off project represents six month’s work of the company’s apprentices who used as foundation the three-door version of the Citigo. The car was transformed into a petite two-seater convertible featuring an attractive blue body paint featuring white accents. It sits on 16-inch alloy wheels and has received a handmade rear spoiler together with a dual exhaust arrangement.
Motivation is provided by a 1.0 MPI naturally-aspirated gasoline engine outputting 75 PS while inside the cabin there’s a leather-covered three-spoke steering wheel featuring red stitching. The Skoda CitiJet concept also comes with a 300-watt sound system, leather-wrapped handbrake handle and gear knob, along with a white & red dashboard finish.