Skoda Has The Greenest SUV at the Paris Motor Show

It's pretty fuel-efficient too!


Car companies like to bring brightly colored cars to autoshows to direct as many eyeballs to their stands as possible, but Skoda took things to the extreme. The Czech company brought a Kodiaq SUV to this year's Paris Motor Show in a fluorescent shade of lime green that makes a Lamborghini look subdued. Seriously, this car is so green.

The color seems to have done the trick, too, given how many journalists tweeted about it.

My eyes are burning. But I quite fancy a Skoda Kodiaq in this colour. I've had worse.

— Steve Fowler (@SteveFowler)

Skoda addresses tricky issue of how to make Kodiaq stand out against SEAT Ateca and VW Tiguan stablemates: flouro paint.

— Dan Trent (@trent_dan)

Interesting colour choices available for the Skoda Kodiaq it seems

— Dave Humphreys (@LordHumphreys)

playing it down with the colour choice at

— Jim Holder (@Jim_Holder)

It's unclear if this color will see production, though we don't see why it wouldn't. The Kodiaq should be pretty green in the environmental sense too, since Skoda offers a range of 1.4- and 2.0-liter four-cylinder gas and diesel engines.

Previously in green-car coverage, nine of our favorite green cars.

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